Industrial Relations

The field of industrial relations (also called labour relations or employment relations) manages and polices the relationships between governments, industries, businesses, business management, workers, non-business organizations; as well as legislations, agreements, contracts, policies, procedures and rights and freedoms.

Organizational Behaviour

Whenever people interact in or with organizations, various factors need to be managed and considered.

Organizational behaviour is a business discipline that is necessary for the management of personnel, human resources and business executive functions.

Human Resource Management Services

Human Resource Management Advice

Human Resource Management Strategy

 

Human Resources Portfolio
| Auditing Software



This software is designed to help you to manage and audit your human resources portfolio. more >>

 

External Resource:

Human Resource Institute of New Zealand

Website: www.hrinz.org.nz

Personnel Management

Personnel management is an administrative function of an organization that exists to provide the personnel needed for organizational activities and to manage the administrative, management and personnel relationships.

 

Personnel Management

 

Human Resource Management

Human Resource Management is the strategic and coherent approach to the management of an organization's valued assets - the overall workforce which individually and collectively contribute to the achievement of the rationales of the business and this in turn relates to the reasons why the business exists.

Human resource management is both an academic theory and a business practice that addresses the theoretical and practical techniques of managing a workforce, business rationales and philosophic reasons for why a business exists.

 

Human Resource Management