mkamalh Started The Discussion:
What are the differences between Human Resources Management and Human Resources Division?
Posted 6th August 2009 From Bangladesh, Dhaka
kph 
hrm means manage th employees. hrd- means recruit ment job induction training&devlopment, perpforemence appraisal
Posted 6th August 2009 From India, Hyderabad
HRM is Human Resource Management & HRD is Huma Resource Development In HRM we deals with Performance of Employees & HRD we deals with Potential of employees
Posted 6th August 2009 From India, Bhopal
Primary Functions of HRM
1.Human resource planning
2.Equal employment opportunity
3.Staffing (recruitment and selection)
4.Compensation and benefits
5.Employee and labor relations
6.Health, safety, and security
7.Human resource development
Secondary HRM Functions
1.Organization and job design
2.Performance management/ performance appraisal systems
3.Research and information systems

HRD Functions

1.Training and development (T&D)
2.Organizational development
3.Career development
Posted 19th May 2010
HRM is overall concept of human resouuces like recruitment, selection, induction, trianing, compensation, performance appraisal, employee development, employee seperation.

Where as HRD is limited to employee training , employee development, succession planaing, talent management etc.

For the companies HRM is main objective that is why we are named as HR / Personnel Department.

For State/Central Governments, HRD is main objective, that is why have Ministry of HRD.

I hope u understood.

Cheers
PB Ram Swaroop
Posted 19th May 2010
puja07 
HRD mean development of whole department and HRM developed whole organisation including employees(professionaly and personnaly)
Posted 28th September 2012 From India, Nagpur



 
 
 
 







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