Key Trends in Workforce Management and New Challenges for HR Student’s Name Institutional Affiliation Workforce management is the whole process of hiring training delegating duties and maintaining the standards of the workforce to ensure maximum productivity. It is a duty of the Human Resources department. In its independence it involves every aspect of the employee like annual leave retraining fatigue and risk management. For a very long time human resource management has seen various changes in technological advancement. According to MARC the increase in automation is beneficial to the organization in that implement their mandate. In conclusion we can see (Moschetto 2014) has great views in this article. He stipulates all the merging trends and challenges in implanting them. He speaks about technological advancements ACA issue of increased leaves and how they affect the employees’ morale. He also speaks about their overall effect the trends have on the relationship between employers and employees. Accordingly his views can be used as a template for entrenching HR practices. References: Moschetto M. (2014). Key Trends in Workforce Management and New Challenges for HR. Employment Relations Today 40(4) 7-13. [...]
Unit I Article Critique Read the article “Key Trends in Workforce Management and New Challenges for HR” Moschetto, M. (2013). Key trends in workforce management and new challenges for HR. Employment Relations Today, 40(4), 7–13. Retrieved from libraryresources.columbiasouthern.edu url=search.ebscohost.com After reviewing the article, write a critique that addresses and offers your opinion in the following areas: What are the key findings regarding compliance with laws and regulations as a component of workforce management? How does the employer-employee relationship factor into legal compliance with workforce management laws? Reflecting on the unit reading and lesson, does this article consider the various employer-employee relationships as it discusses workforce management? Can the author’s opinions be universally applied to the workforce? Support your position by identifying various types of employers, employees, and employer-employee relationships. Begin with an introduction that defines the subject of your critique and your point of view. You will first need to identify and explain the author's ideas. Include specific references that support your description of the author's point of view. You should then defend your point of view by raising specific issues or aspects of the argument. Offer your own opinion. Explain what you think about the argument. Describe several points from the article with which you agree or disagree. What evidence from the article, your textbook, or additional sources supports your opinion? Conclude your critique by summarizing your argument and re-emphasizing your opinion. Your article critique must be at least two pages, not including the title and reference pages. All sources used, including the textbook, must be referenced; paraphrased and quoted material must have accompanying citations. Your article critique should be written in APA style.