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ERIC Number: ED497357
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 2007
Pages: 8
Abstractor: Author
Human Resource Management: Managerial Efficacy in Recruiting and Retaining Teachers-- National Implications
Butcher, Jennifer; Kritsonis, William Allan
Online Submission, The Lamar University Electronic Journal of Student Research Sum 2007
Human Resource Management is a branch of an organization which recruits and develops personnel to promote the organization's objectives. Human Resource Management involves interviewing applicants, training staff, and employee retention. Compensation, benefits, employee/labor relations, health, safety, and security issues are a few of the aspects of the Human Resource Management division. The ultimate goal of the human resource department is to manage people, human capital, and culture for the organization's success. In the educational arena, the selection of an effective school administrator is crucial in maintaining a nurturing and supportive environment for teachers. The purpose of this article is to discuss managerial efficacy in recruiting and retaining teachers. Recruitment provides an opportunity to select from a pool of qualified applicants. Human Resource Management is responsible for designing a plan for employee retention. The objective of Human Resource Management is to help an organization meet strategic goals by attracting and maintaining employees, and also to manage them effectively. In conclusion, the ultimate goal of Human Resource Management is ensuring that the organization attract and retain qualified employees who are committed to the vision. Human Resource Management should be knowledgeable of the ten recommendations that were noted in the essay: effective leadership, employee retention, hiring standards, diversity, benefits, mentoring, professional development, professional learning communities, organizational climate, and performance evaluation. The recommendations will enhance the effectiveness of Human Resource Management in recruiting and retaining teachers.
Publication Type: Journal Articles; Reports - Evaluative
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Language: English
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