LO1 Explain the purpose and scope of Human Resource Management in terms of resourcing an organisation with talent and skills appropriate to fulfil business functions. LO2 Evaluate the effectiveness of the key elements of Human Resource Management in an organisation. LO3 Analyse internal and external factors that affect Human Resource Management decision-making, including employment legislation. LO4 Apply Human Resource Management practices in a work-related context.
As the newly appointed Human Resource Management consultant (for an organisation of your choice) you have been tasked with leading on the restructuring of the department as part of organisational change. The Human Resources (HR) department will be restructured based on the findings that will be reported in your presentation. You are to review the effectiveness of the HR function within the organisation, researching the role and scope of HR and reviewing and assessing the main HR functions within the organisation. This has to be presented in the presentation as a case study report. The case study assessment presentation should cover then following: An overview of the organisation. An explanation of the purpose of the HR function and the key roles and responsibilities of the HR function. An assessment of the approach to workforce planning, recruitment and selection, development and training, performance management and reward systems. The approach to, and effectiveness of, employee relations and employee engagement, and comment on the adoption of flexible organisation and flexible working practice and ‘employer of choice’. Key areas of employment legislation within which the organisation must work. A detailed example and evaluation of the recruitment and selection process and the rationale for conducting appropriate HR practices. P1 Explain the purpose and the functions of HRM, applicable to workforce planning and resourcing an organisation. P2 Explain the strengths and weaknesses of different approaches to recruitment and selection. P3 Explain the benefits of different HRM practices within an organisation for both the employer and employee. P4 Evaluate the effectiveness of different HRM practices in terms of raising organisational profit and productivity. P5 Analyse the importance of employee relations in respect to influencing HRM decision-making. P6 Identify the key elements of employment legislation and the impact it has upon HRM decision-making. P7 Illustrate the application of HRM practices in a work-related context, using specific examples. M1 Assess how the functions of HRM can provide talent and skills appropriate to fulfil business objectives. M2 Evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of different approaches to recruitment and selection. M3 Explore the different methods used in HRM practices, providing specific examples to support evaluation within an organisational context. M4 Evaluate the key aspects of employee relations management and employment legislation that affect HRM decision-making in an organisational context. M5 Provide a rationale for the application of specific HRM practices in a work-related context. D1 Critically evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of different approaches to recruitment and selection, supported by specific examples. D2 Critically evaluate HRM practices and application within an organisational context, using a range of specific examples. D3 Critically evaluate employee relations and the application of HRM practices that inform and influence decision-making in an organisational context. D4 Critically evaluate employee relations and the application of HRM practices that inform and influence decision-making in an organisational context.Order Now