HRMT-200-WHAT DOES HR DO-HIRING AND FIRING

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HRMT-200-WHAT DOES HR DO-HIRING AND FIRING
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  1. What does HR do?
    • Role in Formulating Strategy –
    • Environmental Scanning, Competitive Intelligence
    • Role in Executing Strategy – Formulate
    • Effective HR Procedures, Execute Downsizing and Restructuring, Create Effective
    • Employee-Management Relationships Obtain and Develop Employees, Utilize Evaluate, and Maintain Employees
    • Accomplish Organizational Objectives
  2. HR Jobs
    • · Recruiting
    • · Hiring
    • · Training
    • · Organization Development
    • · Communication
    • · Performance Management
    • · Coaching
    • · Policy Recommendation
    • · Salary and Benefits
    • · Team Building
    • · Employee Relations
    • · Leadership
  3. Fairness in Discipline—Three Foundations
    • Rules and regulations
    • System of progressive penalties
    • An appeals process
  4. Fairness in Disciplinary Discussions
    • – take a counselling approach
    • – exhibit positive non-verbal demeanour
    • – provide employee some process/outcome control
    • – provide a clear explanation of the problem
    • – ensure discussion is held in private ensure that discipline is non-arbitrary/consistent
  5. Discipline without Punishment
  6. 1. Issue oral reminder
    • 2. Issue formal written reminder
    • 3. Provide one-day paid decision leave
    • 4a. Purge suspension from file if no further incidents for one year
    • 4b. Dismissal if behaviour is repeated
  7. Grounds for Dismissal
    • – unsatisfactory performance
    • – misconduct
    • – lack of qualifications for the job
    • – changed requirements of (or elimination of) the job
  8. Wrongful Dismissal
    • – employee can allege wrongful dismissal if:
    • • notice is not provided
    • • notice is not considered reasonable
  9. Constructive Dismissal
    • – unilateral changes in employment contract, unacceptable to employee
    • • demotion
    • • forced early retirement
    • • forced transfer
    • • reduction in pay/benefits
    • • changes in job duties/responsibilities
  10. Dismissal Procedures
    • – provide warnings before termination (final warning in writing)
    • – prepare a checklist of company property to be accounted for
    • – change security codes and locks
    • – for mass dismissal, prepare news release
    • – decide beforehand how to inform coworkers

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