HUMAN RESOURCE COUNSELLING
SUBMITTED BY APARNA S NAIR ROLL NO:9
Q.EXPLAIN THE TERMS AND EXPLAIN HOW CAN HRC MANAGER HANDLE PROBLEMS RELATED TO THIS TOPIC? 1. CHANGE MANAGEMENT
2. DOWN SIZING
3. MANAGING DIVERSITY
4. EQUAL OPPURTUNITIES
6. TEAM MANAGEMENT
7. CRISIS OR TRAUMA
1. CHANGE MANAGEMENT
Change management is a systematic approach to dealing with change, both from the perspective of an organization and on the individual level. A somewhat ambiguous term, change management has at least three different aspects, including: adapting to change, controlling change, and effecting change. A proactive approach to dealing with change is at the core of all three aspects. For an organization, change management means defining and implementing procedures and technologies to deal with changes in the business environment and to profit from changing opportunities.
Adaptation might involve establishing a structured methodology for responding to changes in the business environment (such as a fluctuation in the economy, or a threat from a competitor) or establishing coping mechanisms for responding to changes in the workplace (such as new policies, or technologies).
HOW CAN HRC MANAGER HANDLE PROBLEMS RELATED TO CHANGE MANAGEMENT?
In today’s dynamic business world, any change not managed correctly can strain HR’s ability to help the business create and maintain competitive advantage. Human Resource professionals need to have the knowledge, skills, and abilities to not only adapt to change but to also identify when it’s needed and how to successfully leverage such opportunities. The steps to be taken are:
Assessment: Understanding organizational and employee readiness for change Preparation: Setting the groundwork for the change process
Execution: Implementing and monitoring change and organizational development Sustaining: Is sustaining and institutionalizing change the right answer 2. DOWNSIZING
In a business enterprise, downsizing is reducing the number of employees on the operating payroll. Some users distinguish downsizing from a layoff, with downsizing intended to be a permanent downscaling and a layoff intended to be a temporary downscaling in which employees may later be rehired. Businesses use several techniques in downsizing, including providing incentives to take early retirement and transfer to subsidiary companies, but the most common technique is to simply terminate the employment of a certain number of people.
HOW CAN HRC MANAGER HANDLE PROBLEMS RELATED TO DOWNSIZING? Downsizing successfully is immensely difficult. The following ideas can help to focus thinking for HRC MANAGER considering such a move. Treat all employees with respect. Communicate too much rather than withhold information. Research applicable laws and follow the spirit of the legislation. Afterward, give employees the psychological space to accept, and discuss, what has happened.
3. MANAGING DIVERSITY
"The variety of experiences and perspective which arise from differences in race, culture, religion, mental or physical abilities, heritage,age, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity and other characteristics." HOW CAN HRC MANAGER HANDLE PROBLEMS RELATED TO MANAGING DIVERSITY? Four-T model consisting of four elements that HRC managers need to take into account when dealing with diversity. These elements are training, transparency, time, and togetherness. Training. Training is important for employees who are not familiar with diversity. Managers should be very careful choosing a...
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