SCENARIO – 2
You are working as an intern in Google, Dubai and are asked to participate in reviewing the HRM procedures of the company.
LO 3: Analyze internal and external factors that affect Human Resource Management decision-making, including employment legislation appropriate to fulfil business objectives.
LO 4: Apply Human Resource Management practices in a work-related context.
You are assigned to a team and are given the following tasks that will be presented in the form of an individual portfolio to address the following:
P5 Analyse the importance of employee relations in respect to influencing HRM decision-making.
P6 Identify the key elements of employment legislation and the impact it has upon HRM decision-making.
P7: Consider that a job has been advertised by this organisation. Illustrate the application of HRM practices in this organisation by
compiling the document portfolio of the following:
– The design of a job specification for the advertised job role.
– A CV tailored to apply for the same position; a CV likely to be short-listed by the HRM department.
M4 Evaluate the key aspects of employee relations management and employment legislation that affect HRM decision-making in an organisational context.
M5 Provide a rationale for the application of specific HRM practices in a work-related context.
D3 Critically evaluate employee relations and the application of HRM practices that inform and influence decision-making in an organisational context.
Guidelines to achieve Pass grade (P5, P6, P7):
- Discuss the approach to and effectiveness of employee relations and employee engagement and the adoption of flexible organisation and flexible working practices as adopted by Google headquarters in USA
- Discuss the key areas of employment legislation within which the organisation must work and how this impacts HRM decision-making.
- Develop the following documentation and procedures:
- A job description and person specification for the position of Social Media Manager
- Recommended methods of recruitment
- Recommended methods of selection
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