THE CONCEPT OF HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT
Keywords:human resources management; recruitment, selection; job analysis.
The concept of human resources management has developed over time starting from personnel management, focusing much more on human resources planning, recruitment and selection, but also on evaluating professional performance and career management. The efficient implementation of human resources management at organizational level depends very much on the analysis of jobs. Job analysis provides elements that underlie the establishment of human resource needs and can be done through several methods, namely observation, interview or questionnaires. The recruitment and selection process can be improved by job analysis, because managers more objectively identify the knowledge, skills, abilities needed for a job and can structure tests based on job analysis results; they can state a more accurate job description.
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