Presentation on theme: "Human Resource Management. Human Resources and Job Skills Vocabulary –Employability Skills –Body Language –Résumé –Reference –Referral - job lead –Cover."— Presentation transcript:
Human Resources and Job Skills Vocabulary –Employability Skills –Body Language –Résumé –Reference –Referral - job lead –Cover letter –Job interview –Career –Job –Job Shadowing –Head Hunter
Vocab Human resource management Job description Compensation Recruitment Orientation Performance appraisal Promotion Transfer Separation Employability skills Body language
Duties of a Human Resource Person Recruitment of Employees Training Improvement of Culture or Moral Rewarding Compensation Providing Budgeting Aspects Regarding Wages * Management of people
Effective recruitment can be done through a number of ways. First of all the Company can conduct educational and psychological measurements. This task will involve assessment of abilities, skills and character evaluation of applicants. Through psychometric evaluation, the Company can ensure that employees have the right attitude necessary to fit into the organization. http://www.younghrmanager.com/roles-and-functions-of-the-human-resource-department
Ways to recruit: Newspaper Trade magazines Internet Schools Employment agencies Head hunters Internally
Job description – lists detailed duties and responsibilities –As a human resource manager you should list qualifications, training, experience. You might also list hours (type of or amount) and/or compensation. –Compensation doesn’t always have to be in the form of money.
3. Researching a Career Education Experience Apprenticeships Internships Job shadowing Volunteering Career Advancement
Job Openings School Want ads Internet Local Businesses Employment agencies Head Hunters
First impressions: “Résumé and Cover Letter:” –Grammar, neatness, organization, and spelling are all extremely important. Never send a résumé without a cover letter. “Interview” –Oral communication – clear and concise answers, avoidance of slang –Appearance – Match the outfit with the job or take it up one step.
Résumé Name and Address Job Objective Education Experience Interests/Hobbies/Awards/Activities References
Cover Letter Three Main Paragraphs –What job are you applying for and how did you hear about the opening –What experience and education do you have? - Sell yourself –Ask for an interview - contact information
In the job interview body language is very important. (Posture, eye contact, gestures)
Job interview success: Find out about the company in advance Be on Time Appropriate clothing Be courteous and cooperative Make eye contact and be aware of body language Ask questions about the job Don’t expect an answer right away Follow-up (call or write a thank-you)