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Final HRM107 Study Notes

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Week 1-5 Lecture Summary/ Notes. Globalisation, employment relationships, industrial relations.

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Human resource management Business Labour relations Economy Business law Industrial relations Employment Trade union Information technology management E-HRM
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What is the composition of work force that we need. What are the effective strategy to choosing right employees How do we get people to be productive and committed • Good HR = Commitment and motivation Reciprocity: people start to expand their job. i.e. staying back and taking out more work due to the work culture (increased productivity) • The things HR does that contribute to the organisation’s success: ➢ Consensus: making decisions collectively ➢ Maintaining culture ➢ Organisation design = No hierarchy – democratic and informal (but formal when making decisions) ➢ Do not become bureaucratic by default – bureaucracy buster (everyone contributes and the bureaucracy is eradicated) ➢ Allow growth within the company – additional skill and knowledge for employees ➢ Support such as mentoring, leadership programs, career gurus to give advice...
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