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    1- Conduct a discussion on the discussion board on the topic of, "How Human Resource management concepts and techniques can be of use to all managers."

    2- Using your text (Gary Dressler (2005). Human Resources Management) and additional internet resources, create the following for an organization.

    2.1- A sexual harassment policy statement. Remember to defend your policy with valid reasoning and effective documentation. The policy statement should be realistic and thorough (it should resemble something an actual company would use to convey its sexual harassment policy to employees).

    2.2- Outline the steps that will be taken if a manager or member of the human resources department receives a sexual harassment complaint from an employee.

    The book supposed to be the main reference for this assignment is the following:

    Gary Dressler (2005). Human Resources Management, Custom Edition taken from: Human Resource Management, Tenth Edition. Pearson Education Company, Upper Saddle River

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    1- Conduct a discussion on the discussion board on the topic of, "How Human Resource management concepts and techniques can be of use to all managers."

    A philosophy of people management based on the belief that human resources are uniquely important to sustained business success. An organization gains competitive advantage by using its people effectively, drawing on their expertise and ingenuity to meet clearly defined objectives. HRM is aimed at recruiting capable, flexible and committed people, managing and rewarding their performance and developing key competencies. Every manager needs to manage men effectively and here lies the importance of HRM.

    In every function of management from operations to finance, from systems to marketing, the uptake of HRM has been driven by practitioners - people involved in practical people management - and then attracted wider attention, or if it is the creation of academics and consultants, with some (and only some) practitioners following on. What is apparent is that the practitioners involved in the introduction of HRM are often line or general managers rather than personnel managers.

    Beyond business and in fields like government we have managerialism's new legitimacy that is most clearly seen in the public sector where government has imposed 'market conditions' and new management structures. Ironically business concepts such as HRM have been adopted most widely in organizations that are not true 'businesses' at all.

    Every manager needs well-formulated strategies and Strategic human resource management requires formulation of HR objectives, strategies and policies. These enable the provision of the skills and abilities needed to meet the requirements of an organization's overall objectives. In other words, they provide the framework, which ensures that an organization's people needs are met. In modern organizations HR strategy is supported by information technology in the form of human resource information systems and workforce management systems.

    2- Using your text (Gary Dressler (2005). Human Resources Management) and additional internet resources, create the following for an ...

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