Editura Universitara Human resources management and teamwork

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ISBN: 978-606-28-0414-5

DOI: 10.5682/9786062804145

Publisher year: 2016

Edition: I

Pages: 222

Publisher: Universitară

Author: Valentina Zaharia, Mihaela-Mirela Dogaru

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Before defining the term "HRM", which was defined relatively recently, the concepts of:
• personnel management;
• staff organization and management;
• administration of staff activity.
In the literature over time, several definitions have been formulated regarding the concept of "HRM", namely:
• the function that aims at the efficient use of the staff for achieving individual and group objectives;
• strategic approach to ensuring, motivating, training and developing a company's human resources;
• the activity through which the objectives are set in relation to the employees;
• the set of influential management decisions and practices directly the staff, or human resources, that carry out their activity within the organization;
• all decisions that affect the relationship between employees and employers, and other interested categories;
• the totality of the decisions regarding the employment relationship that have a special impact on the efficiency of the employees and of the organization;
• the totality of the activities of planning, recruitment, maintenance of the personnel as well as the creation of a special organizational climate that will ensure the necessary human resources.
Several definitions have been formulated in the literature
The first definition considers that HRM represents a set of activities oriented towards the human factor, which have as main objectives the conception, design, optimal use and socio-human development;
According to other HRM specialists, it represents the totality of the activities that regulate the optimal use of human resources, for the benefit of the organization, of each individual and of the community in general;
Another approach considers that HRM the totality of the activities that follow the most efficient use of “human capital”, in order to achieve the organizational objectives, simultaneously with ensuring the conditions that guarantee the satisfaction of the employees' needs;
Another author defines HRM as a set of decisions that affect the relations between the main social partners - the employer and the employees - meant to ensure the increase of productivity and efficiency of economic activity;
According to other specialists, HRM represents the totality of the measures elaborated at interdisciplinary level regarding all the activities occasioned with the staff recruitment, its selection, employment, motivation, until the employment contract ends.
It can be seen that the authors did not intend to give final definitions of human resources management, but only some intermediate definitions, of an operational nature necessary to highlight their conception of this new specialized field, as well as to avoid confusion in dealing with human resources issues.
Therefore, going through and analyzing the different definitions presented, it can be appreciated that, at present, there is no official, unanimously accepted definition of human resources management and that meets the consensus of specialists in the field.
Consequently, we can see that the mentioned definitions do not contain contradictory elements, that they complement each other, each definition contributing to the circumscription of the content of human resources management.
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MIHAELA-MIRELA DOGARU
Asist. univ. drd.,  Universitatea Crestina Dimitrie Cantemir

VALENTINA ZAHARIA

Chapter 1. Introductory notions regarding human resources management / 7
1.1. Definition of HRM / 7
1.2. Evolution of MRU / 8
1.3. Basic activities of MRU / 10
1.4. Human Resource Management Functions / 13
1.4.1. Human Resources Insurance / 13
1.4.2. Human Resources Development / 14
1.4.3. Motivation of Human Resources / 14
1.4.4. Maintaining Human Resources / 15
1.5. Purpose and objectives HRM / 15

Chapter 2. Human resources management / 16
2.1. Quality management in the field of human resources - criteria for evaluating the quality of management / 16
2.2. Considerations regarding the analysis, design, evaluation of positions / 18

Chapter 3. Staff recruitment and selection / 22
3.1. Recruitment of human resources / 22
3.2. Staff selection / 28

Chapter 4. Motivation and reward management / 33
4.1. Motivation / 33
4.1.1. Motivational factors / 34
4.1.2. Motivational theories / 34
4.2. Rewards management / 37
4.2.1. The concept of reward management / 37
4.2.2. Modern approaches to reward management r / 41
4.2.3. Rewards system components / 43

Chapter 5. Staff training and career management / 45
5.1. Staff training / 45
5.2. Career management / 48

Chapter 6. Basic notions in the field of teamwork / 53
6.1. Defining the concept of work group versus work teams / 53
6.2. Theories regarding teamwork / 61
6.2.1. Classical theories / 61
6.2.2. Neoclassical theories / 80
6.2.3. Modern theories / 93

Chapter 7. Implications of human behavior on teamwork / 103
7.1. Human behavior / 103
7.2. Team interpersonal relationships and team spirit / 107
7.3. The impact of the workplace on the performance of the team work / 111
7.4. Stress and performance in teamwork / 114

Chapter 8. Directions for teamwork development in the context of a dynamic environment / 137
8.1. Analysis of the internal environment / 137
8.1.1. Necessary resources / 138
8.1.2. Capabilities / 140
8.1.3. Fundamental competence / 141
8.1.4. Value chain analysis / 143
8.1.5. Culture of the organization / 144
8.1.6. The role of leadership in strategic management / 147
8.1.7. Internal Evaluation Matrix (IFE) / 148
8.2. Analysis of the external environment / 152
8.2.1. The company's macro-environment / 153
8.2.2. The microenvironment of the company / 159
8.2.3. Analysis of the macro-environment of the enterprise / 171
8.3. Human resources / 175
Applications and case studies / 177

Bibliography / 215

Before defining the term "HRM", which was defined relatively recently, the concepts of:
• personnel management;
• staff organization and management;
• administration of staff activity.
In the literature over time, several definitions have been formulated regarding the concept of "HRM", namely:
• the function that aims at the efficient use of the staff for achieving individual and group objectives;
• strategic approach to ensuring, motivating, training and developing a company's human resources;
• the activity through which the objectives are set in relation to the employees;
• the set of influential management decisions and practices directly the staff, or human resources, that carry out their activity within the organization;
• all decisions that affect the relationship between employees and employers, and other interested categories;
• the totality of the decisions regarding the employment relationship that have a special impact on the efficiency of the employees and of the organization;
• the totality of the activities of planning, recruitment, maintenance of the personnel as well as the creation of a special organizational climate that will ensure the necessary human resources.
Several definitions have been formulated in the literature
The first definition considers that HRM represents a set of activities oriented towards the human factor, which have as main objectives the conception, design, optimal use and socio-human development;
According to other HRM specialists, it represents the totality of the activities that regulate the optimal use of human resources, for the benefit of the organization, of each individual and of the community in general;
Another approach considers that HRM the totality of the activities that follow the most efficient use of “human capital”, in order to achieve the organizational objectives, simultaneously with ensuring the conditions that guarantee the satisfaction of the employees' needs;
Another author defines HRM as a set of decisions that affect the relations between the main social partners - the employer and the employees - meant to ensure the increase of productivity and efficiency of economic activity;
According to other specialists, HRM represents the totality of the measures elaborated at interdisciplinary level regarding all the activities occasioned with the staff recruitment, its selection, employment, motivation, until the employment contract ends.
It can be seen that the authors did not intend to give final definitions of human resources management, but only some intermediate definitions, of an operational nature necessary to highlight their conception of this new specialized field, as well as to avoid confusion in dealing with human resources issues.
Therefore, going through and analyzing the different definitions presented, it can be appreciated that, at present, there is no official, unanimously accepted definition of human resources management and that meets the consensus of specialists in the field.
Consequently, we can see that the mentioned definitions do not contain contradictory elements, that they complement each other, each definition contributing to the circumscription of the content of human resources management.

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