The Legal Framework for HRM

The department of human resources acts as the key pillar in the development of any company. HRM department is involved mostly in introducing the development plans that foster the company to implement effective planning methods that will help in controlling the companies’ activities. Upon following the appropriate strategies then it becomes easy for the company to achieve its objectives. For instance, the employees of an organization should be treated as an asset for the company. Hence this will be essential to motivate the employees and make sure that the works is performed in the proper expected manner. The framework for HRM will ensure that the staffs are granted with an opportunity to work at the organization (Pao-Long, & Wei-Ling, 2002). In this study case, the level of discrimination must be controlled since it can affect the employees’ willingness to work with an aim to achieve the companies’ objective (Ahmad, & Schroeder, 2003).
The Legal Framework for HRM
In this study we develop a legal framework for HRM for business especially for employees who work under high pressure. The company management always expects the staff to improve on their levels of production. Furthermore, when the staffs are not well paid then the level of output might be low than as expected. Hence these are some of the reasons as to why there is need to implement and develop a legal framework by the management. Rules must be drafted so as to define the pay rates associated with outcomes and hours worked per week. These rules are drafted so as to regulate the minimum wage rates to the employees. Nevertheless, the structure of payment must be developed in way that it suits both men and women that work within the organization (Alfansi, & Sargeant, 2000).

In the process of developing the framework the benefits and rights for the staff must be provided to them for review. In this this scenario, the company’s management requires to implement and analyze safety and effective health measures. This can be done to ensure the working environment is clean and safe. For the company to improve the relationship between management and employees it is important that they introduce efficient employee privacy approach.
Policy development is a significant process, since it helps to improve the quality of producing and servicing act. In this scenario, the HRM department of the entire organization must work in implementing consistent policies for the managers and employees of the company. The policies are implemented to ensure that there is fair and equal opportunities to all staff within the organization. However, it is important to make sure that the approaches and work policies are improved after determining the existing problems within the organization. All the restrictions imposed by the authorities must be analyzed and determined so as to ensure all members are aware of the rules. This is done to ensure that the managers and the staffs of the company are aware of the imposition of the rules. Using this policies and guidelines will help in dealing with violations. Furthermore, the use of an appropriate HRM planning process will help the management to come up with the best rules. Through the application of this approach will create relevance in implementing and planning the best strategies in the company. The above is done so as to maximize the usage of HR development. To implement this methodology the human resource management has to train, and recruit the staff. Following this approach it will be easy for the management to offer the best work, which is considered significant to a successful company (Parker, 2019).
It is important for the company to recruit its own staff since it will be easy to identify the best and retain them within the organization hence it will be the best approach for retaining staff. The cost of recruitment and training the staff is quite high, when compared to the retention price. This being the only reason as to why the company’s management creates the best policies in which work ethic will be improved.
Retirements, dismissals and other external factors are some of the reasons as to why most of the staffs quite the company. Following this scenario it is therefore, important for the company to recruit staffs that are qualified and experienced. Nevertheless, in the planning phases of recruitment the organization is required to analyze its long term goals. Following this process it is always possible to make sure that there is staff inflow. The implementation of this methodology will ensure that there is enough manpower since this will help in staff recruitment. The process of planning and execution of staff is significant for the improvement of service quality (Gamble, 2003).
For the company to encourage a better performance into the workplace it is important for the staff to improve on their skills. Following this case scenario, it is important to plan for the recruitment as per the competitive market. The following are some of the required skills in the execution of tasks in the work place:
 Encourage team work
 Planning and organization
 Introduce better learning process
 Implementing communication process
 Adapt an effective problem solving method
 Plan and introduce and effective knowledge system
 Provide effective knowledge about the usage of the technology
Examine the factors affecting the motivation of the staffs and the standards of performance
One of the best methods to retain staffs for the organization is through creation of positive work culture for the workers. Therefore, it is important for the company to come up with policies that will motivate the workers. Until the workers of the organization are motivated it will be difficult the management to implement the best strategy that will be of benefit. Following the proper guidelines and having positive motivations towards the employees will create a positive work ethic to the organization. Through the use of proper leadership style, it will help the company to achieve its’ objectives without having negative impact towards the operational expenses as per the management (Hillman, & Wan, 2005). The best approach through which the company can motivate the staffs is through a reward system. Nevertheless, it is important to implement a fair system whereby the best performing staff can be rewarded. The reward structure, has to be clearly defined so as the HRM to follow appropriately. Through the use of this approach will help in improving the staff’s performance. However, this method is required since it will encourage the employees to perform to their best. Irrespective of the system, it is essential to communicate the process to the members in an appropriate manner. Through the use of a reward system and use of motivational activities will help the staff to achieve the main objectives of the company. For example, a salesperson would prefer to get 7% of the benefits for the sales done for a particular period of time (Lee, 2007).
a. Theory about motivation in analyzing the problem
Herzberg is one of the best theories for motivation in any organization. This theory involves the analysis of different factors that cause satisfaction and dissatisfaction among the employees. The analysis is conducted so as to determine the exact reason as to why the employee doesn’t perform tasks. Following this scenario, some of the obtained reactions obtained from the factors are analyzed. It is through this process, whereby it enables the employees to overpower the challenges that are involved during execution of tasks (Shakeel, & Iraqi, 2020). Employees and workers are motivated through the use of different factors such as recognition, rewards and hike in payment. Hence, it is important to draft a better method through which all the identified problems will be solved. Through the process of identifying some of the factors that result to dissatisfaction upon the workers, it is essential for the company to take the necessary steps. The moment at which the company introduces the reward systems it has to analyze all the challenges that are involved in the system. However, this will ensure that the management introduces corrective measures at which the needed changes are introduced.
b. Usefulness of the theories for examining the motivational problem
The above theory has be described so as to bring forth the factors that would encourage members of the organization to improve on work performance. As mentioned earlier this process to work properly and satisfy all the members it has to be analyzed first. Nevertheless, this will encourage positive relationship between the company and the staff. Following the help of this theory, the management will be capable of making decision to which approaches that will create change in the reward system. This will ship in retaining maximum number of clients with the company (Enyinda, 2019).
The retention of the staffs members for the organization is one the most critical aspects in human resource management. The legalized framework is a process that requires proper planning so as to introduce the best methods through which the company will achieve its goals and objectives. In this framework the organization has to introduce the use of motivational factors since this will help in attaining the maximum number of employees and be able to retain them in the company.
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