Hi friends .... i have attended interview in Toyota kirloskar auto parts Pvt Ltd company so in that interview thay asked me Question that what is the difference between employee relations and personal management which i didn't know ..... Can any one tell me the difference ???
From India, Bangalore
Personnel management involves three distinct activities: employee resourcing, employee development and employee relations.
Employee Relations involves the body of work concerned with maintaining employer-employee relationships that contribute to satisfactory productivity, motivation, and morale. Essentially, Employee Relations is concerned with preventing and resolving problems involving individuals which arise out of or affect work situations.
So ER is a part of Personnel Management. Hope this clarifies.

From India, Delhi
As somebody added the view reagrding this
ER is Part of Human resources Management
Human Resources Management Involves in
Manpower Planning
Recruitment
Selection
Placement
Orientation
Comapansation and Benefits Management
Performance Management
Training and Development
Handling the Employees Grievances
Employee Relations Management Collective Bargaining and Resolving the Disputes
So Employees Relations is the part of Human Resources or Personnel Management. Recruitment to Retirement of Person
I have answered as per my knowledge if anything wrong correct me.Seniors.
Regards
Suresh

From India, Bangalore
Hi,
As said by Shri Suresh a person entry to exit in an organisation is the core and real situation to be managed. Earlier it was personnel management later the same said as human resource management, the best cannot be said as it differs organisation to organisation, men/women to others. Requirements differ as is the goal too. So, the difference is an organisaton strive for entire community and an employee strives to reach his goal an ultimate success in life.

From India, Arcot

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