Today we continue out talk on personnel management objectives. We have already discussed four objectives in our last post. Today we will discuss other two objectives.
5. To recognise and satisfy individual needs and group goals by offering and adequate and equitable remuneration, economic and social security in the form of monetary disability, death, unemployment etc. With adequate compensation and security, employees work willingly and cooperate to achieve an organisation’s goals.
6. To maintain high morale and better human relations inside an organisation by sustaining and improving the conditions so that employees may stick to their hob for a longer period.
Considering these objectives, you will perhaps, agree that the objectives are in the best interests of all those to whom management is responsible i.e. owners of enterprise, the community, the consumers of its goods and services, and members of the organisation itself, including groups who may belong to unions. In our next post we will discuss that why personnel manager of any organization need to create some conditions and how?