Human resources development

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Human resources development
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Human Resources Development (HRD) - creates an entire spectrum of organised changes, whom main purpose is to change people behaviour. Those changes lead to improvement in work productivity of business or organization.

Main goals of Human Resources Development

In general terms, the main goal of HRD is to enable a business to achieve a success due to people who work there. More precisely, we can identify the following goals of HRD:

  • Creating conditions favorable for teamwork and flexibility: HRD aims to create a working environment that encourages collaboration and cooperation among employees, as well as adaptability to change. This can be achieved through effective communication, clear role definition and delegation, and a culture of trust and mutual respect.
  • Ensuring equal opportunities: HRD aims to promote diversity and inclusion within the workplace by implementing policies and procedures that ensure equal opportunities for all employees, regardless of their background, race, gender, religion, or any other protected characteristic.
  • Keeping and developing the mental and physical condition of workers: HRD aims to promote the physical and mental well-being of employees by implementing programs and policies that promote healthy lifestyles, work-life balance, and stress management.
  • Taking account of differences in individual needs of employers and employees: HRD aims to understand and accommodate the unique needs and preferences of individual employees, as well as the needs of the organization as a whole. This includes providing flexible working arrangements, accommodating employee benefits and rewards, and fostering a sense of belonging and engagement among employees.

Some authors add also:

  • Developing and maintaining a positive organizational culture: HRD aims to create and maintain a positive organizational culture that promotes employee engagement, motivation, and commitment. This includes fostering a sense of shared values, mission, and vision among employees, and encouraging participation and feedback.
  • Providing training and development opportunities for employees: HRD aims to provide employees with the knowledge, skills, and abilities they need to perform their job effectively, and to grow and develop within the organization. This includes identifying training needs, developing and delivering training programs, and providing opportunities for employees to acquire new skills and knowledge.
  • Creating and implementing effective performance management systems: HRD aims to create and implement performance management systems that are fair, objective, and effective in evaluating employee performance, identifying areas for improvement, and providing feedback and recognition.
  • Aligning employee goals with those of the organization: HRD aims to align employee goals with those of the organization by providing clear direction, setting expectations, and providing opportunities for employees to contribute to the organization's mission and vision.
  • Fostering employee engagement and commitment: HRD aims to foster a sense of engagement and commitment among employees by creating a culture of trust, mutual respect, and open communication, and by providing opportunities for employees to grow and develop within the organization.

HRD's tasks

  • enlist workers
  • developing human resources
  • salary management
  • care of relations between personnel
  • workstations management
  • rising a quality of relationship of employment

References

  • Armstrong, M. (1988). Armstrong's Handbook of Human Management Practice