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HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

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By Dr. Pradeep K. Jain & Jagwinder Singh

As per B.Com 3rd Semester General & 4th Sem. HRM Programs of Dibrugarh University

WITH PREVIOUS YEARS SOLVED QUESTION PAPERS

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Unit–I
CHAPTER–1
Human ResourceManagement – An introduction
1.1 Nature and Scope of HRM 9
1.2 Concept and scope of HRM 9
1.3 Scope of HRM 11
1.4 Objectives of HRM 11
1.5 Significance of HRM 12
1.6 Important Terms 12
1.7 Importance of HRM 13
1.8 Functions of HRM 14
1.9 Managerial and Operative Role of HRM 14
1.10 Operative Function 16
1.11 Personnel Management VS HRM – Strategic Management Approach: 19
1.12 Personnel Management 19
1.13 Human Resource Management 19
1.14 Evolution and growth of HRM in India 20
1.15 Growth in India 22
1.16 The Role of Globalization in HR Policy and Practice 25
1.17 Status and Qualities of HR Managers 25
1.18 An excellent HR Manager should have the following attributes 27
1.19 Essential Skills of Human Resources Manager 28
1.20 Let Us Sum Up 29

Unit–II
CHAPTER–2
Human Resource Planning
2.1 Introduction 31
2.2 Objective of HRP 32
2.3 Features of HRP 32
2.4 Need for HRP 33
2.5 Importance of HRP 33
2.6 HRP Process/Steps 35
2.7 Effectiveness/Advantages of HRP 36
2.8 Problems/Limitations of HRP 37
2.9 Factors Affecting HRP 37
2.10 Job Analysis 19
2.11 Purpose of Job Analysis 41
2.12 Job Analysis Process 41
2.13 Job Analysis Methods 43
2.14 Advantages of Job Analysis 46
2.15 Disadvantages of Job Analysis 47
2.16 Benefits of Job Design 49
2.17 Job Enrichment 51
2.18 Features of Job Enrichment 52
2.19 Advantage of Job Enrichment 52
2.20 Limitations of Job Enrichment

Unit–III
CHAPTER–3
RECRUITMENT
3.1 Introduction: 55
3.2 Objective of Recruitment 55
3.3 Charactertics of Recruitment 56
3.4 Methods of Recruitment 56
3.4.1 Internal Sources of Recruitment 57
3.4.2 Advantages of Internal Recruitment 58
3.4.3 Disadvantages of Internal Recruitment 58
3.4.4 External Methods/Sources of Recruitment 58
3.4.5 Advantages of External Recruitment 59
3.4.6 Disadvantages of External Recruitment 59
3.5 Selection 59
3.6 Selection Process 60
3.7 Purpose of Slection 62
3.8 Types of Selection Test 63
3.9 Difference between recruitment and selection 64
3.10 Placement 65
3.10 (A) Induction 65
3.11 Objectives of Induction Programme 66
3.12 Importance of Induction 66
3.13 Steps in Induction Process 66
3.14 Inductive Training in India 67

Unit–IV
CHAPTER–4
TRAINING
4.1 Introduction: 70
4.2 Objectives of Training 71
4.3 Types of training 72
4.4 Steps for Good Training Programme 74
4.5 Development 75
4.6 Objectives of Development 75
4.7 Difference Between Training and Development 76
4.8 Evaluation of Training /DevelopmentProgram 76
4.9 Advantages of Training/Development Programs 77
4.10 Carrer Development 78

CHAPTER–5
WAGE AND SALARY ADMINISTRATION
5.1 Compensation 84
5.2 Nature of Compensation 84
5.3 Objectives of Compensation Planning 84
5.4 Job Evaluation 85
5.5 Wages 85
5.6 Basic Wage 86
5.7 Dearness Allowance 87
5.8 Wage and Salary Administration 88
5.9 Objectives 88

5.10 Principles of Wage and Salary Administration 88
5.11 The Elements of Wage and Salary System 89
5.12 Factors influencing Compensation Levels 89
5.13 Wage Policy in India 90
5.14 The Payment of Wages Act, 1936 91
5.15 Adjudication of Wage Disputes 92
5.16 Wage Boards 92
5.17 Pay Commissions 93
5.18 Bonus 93
5.19 The Payment of Bonus Act, 1965 93

CHAPTER–6
INCENTIVES
6.1 Introduction 97
6.2 Characteristics of Incentive System 98
6.3 Importance of Incentives 99
6.4 Effectiveness of Incentive Plans 99
6.5 Forms of Incentive Plants 99
6.6 Classification of Incentive Plants 100
6.7 Merits of Incentive Plans 101
6.8 Demerit of Incentive Plans 101

CHAPTER–7
EMPLOYEES BENEFIT
7.1 Employees Benefit and Compensation 103
7.2 Objective of Benefits 103
7.3 Features ofEmployees Benefit 104
7.4 Advantages of Compensation & Benefits 104
7.5 Importance of Employee’s Nenefits/Compensation 105
7.6 Factors affecting wages or compensation or determinants of wages or comp.: 106
7.7 Job Evaluation 107
7.7 (A) Features 107
7.8 Process/Stemps in Job Evaluation 107
7.9 Essentials for the Success of a Job Evaluation Programme 108
7.10 Benefits 109
7.11 Ranking Method 110
7.12 Classification Method 111
7.13 Factor Comparison Method 111
7.14 Merits and Demerits of Factor Comparison Method 113
7.15 Point Method 113
7.16 Merits and Demerits 113
7.17 Limitations of Job Evaluation 114
KEYWORDS 115
EXAMS CORNER 116
Question Papers 123-128
– 2012 123
– 2013 125
– 2014 127

 

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