Scope, Aims, Objectives of Personnel Management

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What is Personnel Management?

Personnel management has to do with the human component of any corporate organization. It has to do with the recruitment, placing, supervision, and management of people within an organization. Part of personnel management is also to guide the entire staff toward a common goal for the company, and do so smoothly and efficiently.

Scope of Personnel Management:

Personnel management covers four types of functions:

1. Advisory function: Establish good relations between management and employees.

2. Management function: Recruitment, training, education, etc. of personnel.

3. Administrative function: Covers major administrative matters.

4. Workers Welfare: Pay attention to workers' physical and mental health, and their social and economic conditions.

Aim of Personnel Management:

The aims of personnel management are:

1. Efficient use of company human resources.

2. Promote synchronization among human resources.

3. Harness the positive talents and qualities of each employee.

Specific aims may include: recruitment, training, placement, education, promotion, financial security, etc.

Objective of Personnel Management:

1. Justice within an organization: Ensure employees are paid at the right time and in full. Employees should be promoted according to their skill level. Employees must be able to launch complaints against their work environment, management must be improved, and dishonest employees must be removed.

2. Personality: Management must pay attention toward personality development of all employees.

3. Cooperation: Maintain good relations between management and employees.

4. Democracy: A cooperation must be modeled as a democratic society.

Additional Readings:

1. Palekar Tribunal
2. Functions and Concepts of Industrial Management
3. Maladjusted Worker
4. Contract Work
5. Industrial Bureaucracy
6. Elements of an Organization
7. Scope, Aims, Objectives of Personnel Management
8. Recruitment and Major Recruitment Channels
9. Obstacles of Indian Trade Unions
10. Impact of Industrialization on Social Life
11. Automation and Steps Involved
12. Advantages and Disadvantages of Broker Recruitment
13. Causes and Consequences of Industrial Disputes

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