Human Resource Management can be stated as being
“A strategic and coherent approach to management of organisations most valued assets, that is, the people working there who individually and collectively contribute to accomplish its objectives”.
(a) Illustrate out the definition given above.
(b) In brief describe any five (5) main functions of Human Resource Management.
(c) Using appropriate illustrations from the Mauritian economy, discuss to what extent you agree that, nowadays, employees are still treated as “valued assets”.
(a) Illustrate out, in your own words what you understand by the “Performance Management”.
(b) Illustrate out, in detail, the perspectives underlying the performance management concept.
(a) Discuss and illustrate out the term “training”.
(b) According to you, which two techniques of training do you find most suitable in the field of occupational safety & health? Justify your answer.
(a) What do you mean by the term “selection” and what is its significance in management of human resources?
(b) Critically examine any two (2) selection techniques.
Over last decade, the employee relationship agenda has shifted dramatically. The concentration is henceforth on relationship between the employer and employee rather than on employees themselves and the ways they can be controlled.
Following such change, discuss the challenges which managers are being made to face vis a vis the employee relation function in modern organisations.