Midwest Education Case Study
So the employees who were already employed by the departments needs to be given a induction program and training & development sessions and also the on the job training where they should be treated as pool of applicants because the job tasks which they have to undertake can be distinguished to the work which they already undertook, so it is essential to guide them to a proper recruitment process where they are suitable or not, and planning, recruitment & selection, training & development, performance appraisal, and induction and so on has to be identified and implement accurately.
HR policies and practices should be chosen to support the implementation of strategic business plans. In the context of the Four-task Model, HR policies and practices drive the actions required to fulfill the needs of the firm as specified by these plans and the strategic business issues and objectives associated with them. It is the linkage of HR policies and practices to the firm's strategic business objectives and plans that defines strategic human resource management and differentiates it from the older practice of personnel management (Schuler, R.S. and Jackson, S.E, 1999). The major categories of HR policies and practices include: HR Planning; Job Analysis; Job Description; Recruitment; Job Design; Job Rotation; Job Enlargement; Job Enrichment; Reward Systems; Appraisals / Performance Management; Training and Development;