Managing Human Resources in Health and Social Care:
Nov 13 Cohort
It is the purpose of this report to not only inform but educate those reading, in the processes of not only selecting the right candidate for a career in Human Resources Management ( HRM) in St-Patrick’s Nursing Home, but to also find new ways to encourage and develop any team, allowing team members to grow within the company, both with training and a dedicated approach.
The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD), which is a professional body for all those concerned with the management and development of people define HRM as the design, implementation and maintenance of strategies to manage people for optimum business performance including the development of policies and processes to support these strategies. (Management and Organisation behaviour).
1.1 Explain the factors to be considered when planning the recruitment of individuals to work in Health and Social Care:
De Cenzo, D.A & Robins,S.P (2002), define recruitment as ‘’the process of discovering potential candidates for actual or anticipated organizational vacancies. Or from another viewpoint, it is a linking activity- bringing together those with jobs to fill and those seeking jobs’’.
This means, recruitment is the process of searching for persons who possibly may be appropriate to fill vacancies and to persuade them to apply for the vacancies.
There are so many factors to be measured to warrant that recruitment processes are valuable in attracting suitable candidates. Thus: The Employment Laws, The Job requirements, which are understood by carrying out a job/role analysis, the organization’s goals and strategies, to mention but a few.
The Employment Laws: Health and Safety at Work Act(1974).
In this area this act ensures the safety and welfare of all employees in any work activity by protecting other against risk to health and also the safety of any...