Preliminary Outline

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Assignment of Course: MGMT1105-Organizational Behavior (10015) Submitted to: Dr. Steve Eidson Submitted by: Ann Rockwell Date of Submission: 11 October 2014 Title of Assignment: Preliminary Outline of Motivation AND Human Resource Management CERTIFICATION OF AUTHORSHIP: I certify that I am the author of this paper and that any assistance I received in its preparation is fully acknowledged in the paper. I have also cited any sources from which I used data, ideas or words, either quoted directly or paraphrased. I also certify that this paper was prepared specifically for this course. Student Signature: Ann Rockwell Instructor’s Grade on Assignment: Instructor’s Comments: I. Introduction 1. Motivation is the reasons or goals that someone has for doing something or perusing an achievement in life. 2. Management in human resources is the process of adding valuable people or equipment to the organization to make it go to incredible limits. II. Body Paragraphs 1. Within the policy of human resources management a distinct place has its strategies which arrange upon well determined criteria, among which we recall: According to the degree of dependency on the company strategy: * value-oriented staff strategy takes into account the basis requirement which consists in respecting the staffs interests, wishes or aspirations simultaneous with proper using of their potential; * resource-oriented staff strategy - human resources or insurance staffing possibilities influence considerably the content of company strategy, and the personnel function contributes dynamically to its development and achievement. 2. Considering the costs budgeted by a company in the development process of its employees, there is the following classification: * reconciliation strategy - allocation of low cost for personnel activities in order to prevent
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