Human Resource Management

What You Must Know to Help Others Learn

What You Must Know to Help Others Learn . We should start your voyage as an occasional trainer with some essential vocabulary terms.Read More »

Softening Into and Advancing up the T&D Profession

Start with two essential assessments: your current work situation and your current career situation. Without input from these evaluations, how might you design the what, how, when, and where of your strategy to understand your T&D career objectives?Read More »

Retirement Benefits

Retirement Benefits. The first contingent of baby boomers turned 65 a few years ago. This presents two challenges for employers. First , employers are taking steps to entice older workers to keep working in some capacity.Read More »

ASTD's New Competency Model - part 2

ASTD's New Competency Model - part 2. The last major ASTD Competency Model was published in 2004. Since that time, there have been unprecedented global changes.Read More »

The Exit Process and Termination Interview

The Exit Process and Termination Interview. Dismissing an employee is one of the most difficult tasks you can face at work. The dismissed employee,Read More »

ASTD’s New Competency Model - Part 1

ASTD’s New Competency Model - Part 1. Three main schools of competency research and practice have been popular in the workplace since the Second World War: the differential psychology approach, the educational and behavioral psychology approach, and the management sciences approach.Read More »

Managing Dismissals

Managing Dismissals . Not all employee separations are voluntary. Some career plans and appraisals end not in promotion or graceful retirement but in dismissal—involuntary termination of an employee’s employment with the firm.Read More »

HRCI Certificate is a Competency Based

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Models of Human Resource Management

Models of Human Resource Management ,  The most familiar models defining what HRM is and how it operates are as follows. Read More »

FREE HR MANAGEMENT DIPLOMA

The free online course Diploma in Modern Human Resource Management describes the principles and practices used by HR professionals and managers in the areas of recruitment, selection, training and employee motivation strategies.Read More »

The Benefits Picture Today

The Benefits Picture Today. benefits : Indirect financial and non financial payments employees receive for continuing their employment with the company.Read More »

Timeline of ASTD’s History

Timeline of ASTD’s History. training profession was beginning to broaden its horizons at this time was the adoption of organization development (OD)Read More »

Free E-Book : Creative Facilitation Techniques For Training

Creative Facilitation Techniques For Training : On The Job Training, One On One Instruction, Classroom Setting, Asynchronous Online, Putting It All Together, Tips for Using Creative Facilitation Techniques , Logistics ChecklistRead More »

Pricing Managerial and Professional jobs

Pricing Managerial and Professional jobs. Developing compensation plans for managers or professionals is similar in many respects to developing plans for any employee.Read More »

How to create a Market-competitive Pay Plan - part 3

How to create a Market-competitive Pay Plan - part 3. The 16 steps in creating a market-competitive pay plan begin with choosing benchmark jobs. 10. Conduct a Market Analysis: Salary Surveys 11. Draw the Market (External) Wage Curve 12. Compare and Adjust Current and Market Wage Rates for Jobs 13. Develop Pay Grades 14. Establish Rate Ranges 15. Address Remaining Jobs 16. Correct Out-of-Line RatesRead More »

How to create a Market-competitive Pay Plan - part 2

How to create a Market-competitive Pay Plan - part 2. The 16 steps in creating a market-competitive pay plan begin with choosing benchmark jobs. 6. Determine for Each Factor Its Factor Degrees’ Points 7. Review Job Descriptions and Job Specifications 8. Evaluate the Jobs 9. Draw the Current (Internal) Wage Curve Read More »

How to create a Market-competitive Pay Plan - Part 1

How to create a Market-competitive Pay Plan. As we said, many firms simply price their jobs based on what other employers are paying—they just use a market-based approach. However, most employers also base their pay plans on job evaluation methods like those just described.Read More »

Job Evaluation Methods

Job Evaluation Methods .ranking method is The simplest method of job evaluation that involves ranking each job relative to all other jobs, usually based on overall difficulty.Read More »

Setting Pay Rates By Job Evaluation

Setting Pay Rates By Job Evaluation Methods. Employers use two basic approaches to setting pay rates: market-based approaches and job evaluation methods. Many firms, particularly smaller ones, simply use a market- based approach. Doing so involves conducting formal or informal salary surveys to determine what others in the relevant labor markets are paying for particular jobs.Read More »

Basic Factors in Determining Pay Rates

Basic Factors in Determining Pay Rates. Employee compensation includes all forms of pay going to employees and arising from their employment. It has two main components, direct financial payments (wages, salaries, incentives, commissions, and bonuses) and indirect financial payments (financial benefits like employer-paid insurance and vacations).Read More »

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