Human Resource Management in London can be defined as the management of the act of recruitment and management of the internal staffing affair of the organisation. It deals with the issues like compensation, safety, wellness, hiring, employee motivation, performance management, communication, training, administration and organisation development as well.
People and Workplace Management:
A proper HRM enables employees and the organisation to enhance its productivity through meeting the predetermined targets. It also helps in achieving the short-term and long-term organisational objective for all the business and industrial sector.
Let’s take the example of medical sector in various location in London. In medical practice management, it is the responsibility of the state resource management to manage and initiate the staffing plan, creating policies for recruiting, training, retaining and motivating clinical and non-clinical staffs. It also needs to demonstrate effective staffing strategy based on evaluating and developing staff performance with compliance to the employment law.
Human Resource Management strategy:
HRM has its strategic and comprehensive approach to manage the human and the resources in the best way so as to maintain an effective workplace culture, which can lead to an overall profitability. In recent days HRM is not only for administration, traditional personnel and transaction roles but it has moved to the strategic utilisation of people to the organisation. It also involves HRM metrics and measurements and strategic direction.
Nowadays the increasing cost of the health care consumables like drugs, prostheses and disposable equipment is enhancing the costs of health care. So a proper HRM practice must be developed to maintain an equilibrium among the cost and services so that the health care institutions, whether publicly-funded systems or an employer-paid one should have the ability to hire and sustain effective practitioners. That is because an appropriate balance of the workforce can only be maintained through the workforce supply and the ability of those practitioners. Thus, it can be said that a good practitioner without adequate tools is useless as having the tools with no practitioner.