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MB0043 – HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

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                                                        Assignment

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Semester 2017
Program
Master of Business Administration - MBA
Semester
I
Subject code & name
MB0043 – HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
Book ID
B1626
Credit and Max. Marks
4 Credits , 60 Marks


Question 1. Explain the History of Human Resource Management with example.
Answer : Human Resource Management in its simplest definition means management of organization’s manpower or workforce or human resources.
The evolution of the concept of Human Resource Management is presented below
Period before industrial revolution – The


Question 2 . Discuss – Various Sources of Recruitment in detail.
Answer : It is an operative function of human resource management coming under the managerial function called organizing. In the words of Edwin Flippo, ‘recruitment is the process of searching for prospective employees and stimulating them to apply for jobs in the organisation’.
Sources of Recruitment: The internal sources of recruitment are:-
1.    Promotions : Promotion means to give a higher position, status, salary and responsibility to the employee. So, the vacancy can be
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Question 3. Discuss Explain other programmes for special employee growth in detail
Answer : Programmes for special employee growth in detail :
1. Ignite managers’ passion to coach their employees: Historically, managers passed on knowledge, skills, and insights through coaching and mentoring. But in our more global, complex, and competitive world, the role of the manager has eroded. Managers are now overburdened with responsibilities. They can barely handle what they’re directly measured on, let alone offer coaching and mentoring. Organizations need to support and incentivize


Question 4. Discuss the Concept of Rewards and Incentives
Answer : Rewards and incentives in the workplace have benefits for both employees and employers. When recognized for stellar performance and productivity, employees have increased morale, job satisfaction and involvement in organizational functions. As a result, employers experience greater efficiency and an increase in sales and productivity. Through workplace rewards and incentives, employers and workers enjoy a positive

Question 5. Discuss the Procedure for Disciplinary Action with suitable examples.
Answer : Discipline in the workplace is the means by which supervisory personnel correct behavioural deficiencies and ensure adherence to established company rules. The purpose of discipline is correct behaviour. It is not designed to punish or embarrass an


Question 6. Explain - Types of Welfare Measures in detail.
Answer :  Welfare means faring or doing well. It is a comprehensive term, and refers to the physical, mental, moral and emotional well-being of an individual. The term welfare is a relative concept, relative in time and space. It, therefore, varies from time to time, region to region and from country to country.
Labour welfare refers to taking care of the well-being of workers by employers, trade unions and governmental and non governmental agencies.

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