Personal Management System in Organization

Human resources is an elementary part of the effective function of an organization. We clarify the importance of this department and the target. This module will also discuss the connection with other parts of management in an organization and trends in HR. In order to help the students to better understand how an HR department runs in an organization, part of our module will engage in culture in an organization, individual national habits, environment in an organization, and also motivation.

Lecturer of the study module

Mgr. Michaela Kuba Mrštíková

Annotation

The module covers the area of ​​personnel management in the organization. Its goal is to acquaint the students with the importance and tasks of people management, with its starting points, development, current conception, and responsibility for personnel in the organization. The aim of the module is to familiarize the students with external and internal conditions of personnel management in the organization, organizational culture, organizational climate, identification of employees with organization and work in relation to personnel management, specifics of international personnel management, personnel strategy, policy, personnel planning, motivation workers, job satisfaction, stimulation of workers and trends in people management. The core of the module is a system of integrated personnel activities.

Sylabus

The importance and tasks of people management in the organization

Managing people is a key part of organizational management. The task of people management is to optimally use the potential of people and invest in them to achieve the goals of the organization through leadership and personnel processes. The module also tackles topics such as: creating prerequisites to identify workers with the goals of the organization,  job satisfaction, and motivation of workers to develop. People management is a dynamic and sensitive area of ​​organization management.

Background and development of personnel management

Personnel management requires knowledge of theory and practice, and methods of many scientific disciplines. It makes use of many pieces of knowledge that form its multidisciplinary basis, especially in management theory, management, sociological and psychological disciplines, organization theory and organizational behavior, law, economics, andragogy, ethics, etc.

Responsibility for personnel management in the organization

Responsibility for human resources in the organization lies with the top management, personnel specialists (personnel department) and managers. The top management of the organization is responsible for personnel strategy and determination of personnel policy principles. Personnel specialists have a conceptual, methodical and advisory function. The management has to be capable to provide personnel services to the management of the organization, managers and individual workers, ensure personnel activities, and communicate in their area with non-business institutions. The responsibility for leading people and carrying out personnel work in daily contact with subordinates rests with line managers. The division of responsibilities and powers in individual areas of the personnel management system in the organization is conditioned by a number of facts, in particular the role of personnel management in the management system of the organization that is assigned to it. Personnel specialists cooperate with line managers to implement personnel activities.

Literature

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