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Human Resources Management (3,016 Books)


Human resource management (HRM) is the strategic and coherent approach to the management of an organization's most valued assets - the people working there who individually and collectively contribute to the achievement of the objectives of the business.[1] The terms "human resource management" and "human resources" (HR) have largely replaced the term "personnel management" as a description of the processes involved in managing people in organizations.

 
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2004-2005 Biennial Budget Estimates Defense Human Resources Activi...

By: Department of Defense

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: The Defense Human Resources Activity (DHRA) has increases between FY 2002 and FY 2004 in several Budget Activity (BA) 4 programs. Funding for the Defense Eligibility and Enrollment Reporting System (DEERS), the Real Time Automated Personnel Identification System (RAPIDS), and the Common Access Card increases over the fiscal years. Additional funding for these programs supports hardware and software improvements required for updating and maintaining the systems t...

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Human Resources Management

By: Dr. Gary Roberts

Government Reference Publication

Introduction : all small businesses must staff their operations. This involves bringing new people into the business and making sure they are productive additions to the enterprise. Effective human resource management matches and develops the abilities of job candidates and employees with the needs of the firm. A responsive personnel system will assist you in this process and is a key ingredient for growth.

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Human Resources

By: Captain Per Erik Bergh

Nutrition Reference Publication

Introduction: Human resources are the most important element in your organisation. The knowledge, skills and attitude of your staff will together result in the professionalism, effectiveness and efficiency of your organisation. CORE JOBS MCS ... Management and Administrators ... Fisheries Inspector/Officer ... At sea Observers ... Data Collectors ... Intelligence/Informants ...

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International Trade Administration (Ita) Office of Human Resources...

By: epartment of Commerce

Excerpt: Customer Service Standards. In order to meet the service expectations of our customers, the International Trade Administration?s (ITA), Office of Human Resources Management (OHRM), has in place and in effect, customer service standards. Our customer service standards are agreed upon standards between our customers and OHRM, in essence, these standards create a business partnership of mutual understanding. To view how ITA OHRM is structured, click here.

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Whats New in Human Resources Programs

By: epartment of Commerce

Excerpt: Office of Personnel Management (OPM) Human Capital Management Audit The Department of Commerce will be the subject of an OPM human capital management audit during the last quarter of FY 2005 (July 1 to September 30, 2005). As in the past, OPM will examine the use of human resources authorities, but the focus will be on how the authorities are used to sustain three key drivers of human capital management: talent, leadership/knowledge management, and results-oriented performance culture.

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Human Resource Advisory

By: Alison Davidow

Excerpt: This is the first of a series of Human Resource ?Advisories? that are planned for sharing information regarding HR issues that may arise at different points in the A76 process. While directed primarily at the HR community the Advisories may also be helpful to others with an interest in HR-A76 issues. Future Advisories will be about the HR relationship with other A76 areas, such as the Performance Work Statement, Most Efficient Organization, Residual Organization...

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Employee Turnover a Critical Human Resource Benchmark

By: United States Department of the Treasury

Government Reference Publication

Introduction and Summary: Human resource managers know that turnover is a major cost and significantly impacts the corporate bottom line. This HRBenchmarks shows that with an estimated turnover cost of $12,506 per full-time vacancy1 for the average employee with total compensation (wages and benefits) of $50,025 and with an annual 23.8 percent turnover rate for full-time employees, a Fortune 500 corporation with 40,000 full-time employees would face turnover costs of $11...

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United States Office of Personnel Management Investigations Service

By: epartment of Health and Human Services

We designed this issuance for persons who have a role in the investigative process, either submitting the investigative papers to the Office of Personnel Management, or receiving the completed investigation. It provides information about our case processing policies and procedures. It should help you ensure that the investigative forms you submit are accurate and complete, and that your requested investigation is not delayed. It provides instructions for using these forms:...

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United States Office of Personnel Management Investigations Service

By: epartment of Health and Human Services

We designed this issuance for persons who have a role in the investigative process, either submitting the investigative papers to the Office of Personnel Management, or receiving the completed investigation. It provides information about our case processing policies and procedures. It should help you ensure that the investigative forms you submit are accurate and complete, and that your requested investigation is not delayed. It provides instructions for using these forms:...

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Policy and Human Resources Development Fund (Phrd)

By: The World Bank

Economics

Japan is a valuable partner of the World Bank at many levels, including as one of the biggest donors to World Bank administered trust funds ? mainly through the Japan Policy and Human Resources Development Fund (PHRD) and the new Japan Social Development Fund. The PHRD Fund has now entered its second decade at a time when demand from the poorest countries for development assistance continued to rise. This Annual Report, discusses the PHRD Fund?s performance in FY01 and p...

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National Science Foundation Directorate for Education and Human Re...

By: Government Printing Office

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: Introduction: The Directorate for Education and Human Resources through the Division of Human Resource Development (HRD) announces the Louis Stokes Alliances for Minority Participation (LSAMP) supplemental activity, “Bridge to the Doctorate,” beginning in FY 2003. The goal of these supplements is to fund an initial graduate degree bridge activity at Phase III LSAMP Alliance institutions. This activity will broaden participation through the attraction of underrep...

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National Science Foundation Directorate for Education and Human Re...

By: Government Printing Office

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: Introduction: The Directorate for Education and Human Resources through the Division of Human Resource Development (HRD) announces the Louis Stokes Alliances for Minority Participation (LSAMP) Cohort II supplemental activity, “Bridge to the Doctorate (BD),” beginning in FY 2004. The goal of these supplements is to fund the initial two years of graduate study at Phase III LSAMP Alliance institutions. This activity will broaden participation through the attraction...

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Department of Defense Civilian Human Resources Strategic Plan

By: epartment of Defense

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: FOREWARD There is a civilian human resources dilemma in the Department of Defense (D.O.D.). The Department has weathered significant drawdowns (375,796 since 1989), base closures, as well as shifting challenges from the defense of freedom on foreign soil to homeland defense. The strategic plan takes into account the need to be able to move from a Department structured to support the Cold War to a Department structured to react quickly to evolving missions and to...

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Department of Defense Civilian Human Resources Strategic Plan Annex A

By: epartment of Defense

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: On July 20, 2001, the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) issued final regulations to allow agencies to pay recruitment and relocation bonuses and retention allowances to wage grade employees. The Military Departments and Defense agencies now have the authority to use these incentives for wage grade employees, as published in the October 13, 2000 change 8 to Civilian Personnel Manual 575, Recruitment and Relocation Bonuses, Retention Allowances, and Supervisory...

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Department of Defense Civilian Human Resources Strategic Plan Annex B

By: epartment of Defense

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: The Department is encouraged by the results of recent surveys that indicate a majority of Americans believe the Federal government’s work is more important today than it was prior to the attacks on September 11, 2001. Although the Department is faced with an enormous challenge in recruiting talent in the highly competitive public service labor market, the strategic initiatives planned for FY 2003 will serve as a stimulus to recruit, train, and maintain the cadre...

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Statistics on Human Resources

By: Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations

Nutrition Reference Publication

Excerpt: 1. The Director-General, as in previous years, presents to the Finance Committee statistics on personnel services in graphs and corresponding tables 1 to 10. 2. The first three graphs/tables provide data on the evolution of posts, grouping them into three major groups, as follows: a) Posts approved by the Conference in the Programme of Work and Budget (PWB), b) Posts established outside the PWB with a duration of more than one year, and c) Temporary posts with a...

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Major Management Challenges and Program Risks Office of Personnel ...

By: General Accounting Office

Government Accountability Integrity Reliability Office Collection

Excerpt: Glance at the Agency Covered in This Report The Office of Personnel Management provides human capital leadership, guidance, and expertise to the President, and to federal agencies and their employees. It also ensures compliance with personnel laws and regulations and provides retirement, health benefits, and other insurance services to employees, annuitants, and beneficiaries. OPM is in the midst of a major transformation effort and has revised its strategic pla...

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Office of Personnel Management

By: Thad Cochran

Government Accountability Integrity Reliability Office Collection

Excerpt: The Office of Personnel Management (OPM) is in the midst of an effort known as Retirement Systems Modernization (RSM). OPM?s goals, through this program, are to improve customer service, reduce calculation errors, and reduce the amount of paper-based and manual processing. OPM expects RSM?s total cost to be about $294 million from fiscal year 1997 to fiscal year 2008, when the agency expects to have most of RSM implemented and integrated. As currently envisioned...

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United States Office of Personnel Management

By: John W. Snow

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: On April 23, 2003, the President approved Public Law 108-18, the ?Postal Civil Service Retirement System Funding Reform Act of 2003.? Section 2(e) of the Act requires that the Office of Personnel Management, the Department of the Treasury, and the United States Postal Service each prepare and submit, by September 30, 2003, to the President, the Congress, and the General Accounting Office proposals detailing whether and to what extent the Department of the Treasu...

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Redefining Human Resources at the United States Environmental Prot...

By: Rafael Deleon

Excerpt: Nothing stays the same, nor should it. As we learn more about the world around us, we use that information to make advances that improve our lives. But advances big or small start one step at a time. It’s like the first time a baby decides to walk all by herself. Everyone holds their breath and waits. Will the child master a step or two? Or will she stumble and fall? There will be many tries before she is fully confident in her abilities. And yet, inevitably, her hard work pays off.

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