9 Models of Human Resource Management (HRM)

The model that provided the focus was developed by the American Society for Training and Development (ASTD). In its study ASTD identified the nine most important models of human resource management (HRM) which are discussed below in detail:

Models of human resource management

1. Training and Development: Human Resource Management tries to train, and develop its employees considering individual, organization, and training institute need.

2. Organization Development: Organizational development is a systematic process that can be undertaken and some interventions can be practiced for the development of human resources and organizational activities. That can help the proper functioning of the organization.

3. Organization/Job Design: Job / Organization is the most important models of human resource management.

4. Human Resource Planning: Human resource planning focus on arranging the organization’s major human resource needs strategies and philosophies.

5. Selection and Staffing: After job design or recruitment, the most appropriate candidates are chosen from available candidates, which is called selection.

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6. Personnel Research and information system: its focus assuring and personal information base.

7. Compensation/Benefits: Compensation refers to all the extrinsic rewards that employees in change for their work.

8. Employee Assistance: Its focus assuring providing personal problem solving, counseling to the individual employees.

9. Union/Labor Relations: Labor relations are an essential part of the working environment and industrial peace.

These nine areas have been termed spokes of the wheel in that each area impacts on human resource outputs: quality of work-life, productivity, and readiness for change.

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