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Human Resources Management (3,148 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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Department of Defense Civilian Human Resources Strategic Plan

By: Department 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: Department 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: Department 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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Application for 10-Point U. S. Office of Personnel Management Vete...

By: Government Printing Office

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: The Veterans’ Preference Act of 1944 authorizes the collection of this information. The information you to others from whom information about you is sought. Furnishing your SSN and the other will be used, along with any accompanying documentation to determine whether you are entitled to information sought is voluntary. However, failure to provide any part of the information may 10-point veterans’ preference. This information may be disclosed to: (1) the Departme...

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Patent and Trademark Office Improved Internal Controls Needed for ...

By: Q. Todd Dickinson

Excerpt: The Office of Inspector General has completed a performance audit of selected aspects of USPTO?s Office of Human Resources (OHR). Our review concentrated on two areas of concern: internal controls over hiring actions, including background investigations, and internal controls over recorded personnel actions and employees? official personnel files (OPFs). Internal controls over hiring actions, including background investigations, had already been identified as a ...

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Office of Personnel Management

Government Reference Publication

Washington, D.C. ?The most recent scorecard used to assess implementation of the President?s Management Agenda (PMA) shows that agencies have made real progress towards becoming results-oriented organizations. -- Agencies have significantly improved their performance in about half of the 130 management areas that are the focus of the PMA, up from just 15 percent two years ago. (Twenty-six agencies are given quarterly scores of red, yellow, or green in each of five govern...

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Human Resource Development

By: John F. Owens

Excerpt: Jordan is actively seeking foreign investment and in May 2004 again hosted the World Economic Forum. There is a great deal of confidence within industry and government that continuing international exposure will result in greater investment in Jordan. ...

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Independent Agencies and Government Corporations Office of Personn...

By: Government Printing Office

Government Reference Publication

Excerpt: Location Position Title Name of Incumbent Type of Appt. Pay Plan Level, Grade, or Pay Tenure Expires Division for Human Capital Leadership and Merit System Accountability Washington, D.C. ... Associate Director for Human Capital Leadership and Merit System Accountability. Career Incumbent ... CA ES ... Do ... Deputy Associate Director for Human Capital Implementation and Assessment ... do ... CA ES ... Do ... Deputy Associate Director for Human Resources Human C...

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Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality : Promoting Safety and ...

By: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality Ahrq
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Human Resource Management: Human Resources in Microsoft Dynamics G...

By: Microsoft Corporation
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Human Resource Management: Human Resources Online for Microsoft Dy...

By: Microsoft Corporation
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Human Resource Management: Human Resources Online for Microsoft Dy...

By: Microsoft Corporation
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Japan Policy and Human Resources Development Fund Annual Report 2002

By: The World Bank

Economics

The use of grants financed from trust funds in the development process is not new. The PHRD Fund has been supporting grants since 1988 and other grant facilities have been operating for years. Today, grants are being increasingly viewed as effective instruments that can achieve small to medium scale results quickly while building the foundations for the successful implementation of larger development initiatives. Because of their focus on achieving results on a smaller s...

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Japan Policy and Human Resources Development Fund Annual Report 2002

By: The World Bank

Economics

The PHRD Fund has been a leader in funding new and innovative programs designed to respond to emerging development challenges. PHRD?s flexibility enables it to support initiatives that employ new and innovative approaches to emerging development problems, learning from past development practices and experiences and applying new approaches to the specific challenges facing developing countries today. Last year, the PHRD Fund provided significant support to the following i...

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Japan Policy and Human Resources Development Fund Annual Report 2003

By: The World Bank

Economics

The PHRD Fund was created in 1990 through a joint agreement between the World Bank and the Government of Japan. The Fund is based on a commitment to alleviate poverty, build the necessary foundation for sustainable development, and create a close development partnership. In FY03, PHRD continued to support a wide variety of activities mainly through: 1. Contributions to ongoing programs such as the World Bank Institute (WBI), the Poverty Reduction Strategy Trust Fund (PRS...

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