Hrm in Germany

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Personalwesen (auch Personalwirtschaft, Personalmanagement; englisch Human Resource Management, Abkürzung HRM) bezeichnet den Bereich der Betriebswirtschaft, der sich mit dem Produktionsfaktor Arbeit und mit dem Personal auseinandersetzt. Das Personalwesen ist eine in allen Organisationen vorhandene Funktion, deren Kernaufgaben die Bereitstellung und der zielorientierte Personaleinsatz sind[1]. In der Personalpraxis beziehen viele Unternehmen außer den Themen Führungsprozess und Geschäftsprozess auch die Interaktionsthematik sowie die Aktion und Emotion des Personals ein.
Modernes Personalmanagement zielt – unter Einbeziehung von Aspekten der Sozial- und Umweltverträglichkeit – auf nachhaltigen Erfolg ab. Dazu werden die Erkenntnisse, Methoden und Instrumente des Qualitätsmanagements (TQM, EFQM) und der Corporate Governance angewandt. Nachhaltiger Erfolg bedeutet für die Personalabteilung der Zukunft Werterhaltung und Wertschöpfung auf lange Sicht. Dafür müssen sowohl die Bedürfnisse der Shareholder als auch der Stakeholder berücksichtigt werden. Um Unternehmensziele zu erreichen, bedarf es zielorientierter Maßnahmen und Ressourcenplanung im Personalbereich und einer geeigneten Unternehmenskultur.
Die konkrete Ausgestaltung der einzelnen Bereiche im individuellen Unternehmen wird auch Personalpolitik genannt. Im Rahmen der Unternehmenspolitik werden somit das Verhalten und die Handlungsweise zur Erreichung der betrieblichen Ziele bestimmt. Zum Teil werden derartige Bestimmungen in einem Unternehmensleitbild festgeschrieben oder mittels Arbeitsanweisungen vorgegeben.
Inhaltsverzeichnis [Verbergen]
1 Arbeitsrecht
2 Ziele
3 Hauptfunktionen
3.1 Personalführung
3.1.1 Personalplanung
3.1.2 Personalentwicklung (PE)
3.1.3 Personalkommunikation
3.1.4 Zusammenarbeit mit dem Betriebs- oder Personalrat
3.2 Personalverwaltung
3.2.1 Personalbeschaffung bzw.…...

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