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What is Human Resources Management?

What is Human Resources Management?


HRM is the process of managing the people of an organization with a human approach. The approach to personnel to manpower enables the manager to view people as an important resource. It is the strategy in which the organization can use manpower not only for the benefit of the organization, but also for the growth, development and enjoyment of the people. HRM is thus a system that is dedicated to the development of human resources on the one hand and effective management of people on the other, so that people will enjoy human dignity in their work. HRM is the management of people working in an organization, it is a subject related to human. HRM is a managerial function that tries to match an organization’s needs to the skills and abilities of its employees. Human Resources Management is believed to be strongly embedded in business strategies to effectively support innovations. Human Resource Management is responsible for how people are managed in the organizations. It is
responsible for bringing people in organization helping them perform their work, compensating them for their work and solving problems that arise. HRM focuses on giving human dignity to employees, considering their abilities, potential, talent, success, motivation, skills, dedication, great ability, and so on. So, their personalities are recognized as important people. If an organization relies on their capital resources, dependent on and may withdraw from their bank account, they may rely on, rely on and draw more from their committed, talented, committed and capable people. This is what is involved with HRM in every company, each administrative activity or introduction. Human Resource Management (HRM), as an important player in the creation and development of a highly productive workforce, lies in the center of debate on the competitiveness of companies. Habits that promote employee motivation and efforts, knowledge, skills and abilities, and opportunities for employee contributions, constitute favorable conditions for the development of resources and opportunities to create value for organizations, helps with their performance and the emergence of robust competitive advantages.

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