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prakriti88
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Quote prakriti88 Replybullet Topic: human resource project on benchmarking
    Posted: 19-Apr-2012 at 9:32pm
hi everyone.I m a student of MBA doing my internship.i m currently working on job rotation and i have to benchmark it.does anyone has has any framework for bench marking it or can anyone has any project which can be helpful for suggesting any improvement

 
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BENCHMARKING: A FRAMEWORK FOR HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

Within any organisation, there needs to be a structure around which the human resource management function can operate. For effective HRM, there are six interrelated areas:

 Human resource planning (HRP): Human resource planning aims to ensure that people with the right skills and abilities are available in the right numbers to meet the organisational goals and objectives. HRP does this by effectively forecasting and planning for future staffing requirements. HRP is essential for successful strategic planning to occur within an organisation.

 Staffing practices: Staffing practices aim to ensure fair and effective procedures and processes for the recruitment, selection, and allocation of people. Through the application of staffing procedures, the organisation ensures that the best use of people who will make the most effective contribution to the organisation and to the community.

 Remuneration and conditions: This area aims to ensure the attraction and retention of the best people and to encourage staff performance, commitment and morale, through appropriate remuneration and conditions including safe, harmonious and healthy work environment.

 Performance management (PM): Performance management provides the crucial link between individual performance, attitudes, behaviour and the overall goals, objectives, culture, values and philosophy of the organisation.

 Human resource development (HRD): HRD aims to improve organisational effectiveness and individual performance by providing staff members with opportunities to develop the competencies required to meet their current responsibilities and to prepare them to meet their future career goals.

 Team development (TD): Team development is the development of interdependency among staff members, whatever their level in the hierarchy. TD includes the development of leadership and staff participation, in achieving organisational effectiveness, in encouraging individual performance and in linking individual and organisational goals and aspirations.

These key areas, the specific areas of HRM that they cover, and their relationship with each other and with the overall corporate strategic plan, are set out on the attached table. They form a logical breakdown of the central elements of HRM.
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Quote siva Replybullet Posted: 26-Apr-2012 at 11:27pm
HRM Benchmarking
Benchmarking is a strategic activity aimed at the pursuit of continuous improvement. It is the process of assessing an organisationís procedures, product and service performance against organisations that have achieved a recognised standard of excellence. Benchmarking is an ongoing, systematic process to search for and introduce best practice into an organisation.

In the HRM context, benchmarking can provide a useful way to identify and assess the contribution of people management practices to an organisationís corporate performance. By helping organisations learn from other organisationsí high performance standards, benchmarking provides an incentive for organisations to adapt, where appropriate, that learning to improve the quality of their own people management practices.

Organisations can also use benchmarking techniques to add value to their strategic planning processes. They can be a valuable means of setting appropriate measurable objectives to improve the organisationís strategic performance. Benchmarking can also help strategically focus an organisationís HRM performance by providing challenging, yet achievable targets or goals across all key areas of the HRM framework.
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Quote Roopa Replybullet Posted: 26-Apr-2012 at 11:30pm
check this pdf on HR BENCHMARKING - http://www.hrfolks.com/knowledgebank/benchmarking/hr%20benchmarking.pdf
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