The paper "Identifying the Issues at Philips in Victoria That Impact Human Resource Management" is a great example of human resources case study. Human resource management refers to the process of hiring and developing employees so that they become more valuable to the organization (Sarah and Steve 49). As part of the human resource work team assigned as the new human resource director in a new high-tech manufacturing plant in manila, I have all strategies to put in place to ensure the manufacturing plant achieve its productivity at the end of its transactional processes (Sarah and Steve 50).
In observation to the case study of Philips in Victoria’ s production company where it experiences a number of challenges, it provides an establishing feature to ensure the same issues are not faced at the high-tech manufacturing plant in manila. Therefore as a human resource director at the high-tech manufacturing plant in manila, there are available skills to imply in order to ensure there is optimal productivity of workers (Sarah and Steve 50). This paper hence intends to identify the issues at Philips in Victoria that will impact human resource management and also to reveal the lessons learnt about the job and the work design being used to ensure the manufacturing plant workers are optimal productive to their roles. ISSUES OBSERVED Inadequate Quality Control.
At the Philips in Victoria organization, the management observed that there was poor and inadequate quality control which was one of the issues that were leading the company to crumble down (Ruth “ HR issues and challenges” ). Inadequate quality control in the company ensured that all products that were being produced at the organization did not meet up with the intended measures for quality control.
The products were as good as counterfeits hence they could not occupy a market value in the business world (Ruth “ HR issues and challenges” .). Therefore this issue contributed to human resource management since it led to the establishment of new roles and procedures that ensured there was adequate quality control of in the production of company products to win a large market base (Ruth “ HR issues and challenges” ). As the human resource director at the factory, this issue of inadequate quality control was an eye-opener to set clear goals that will ensure it will never arise at this plant.
There should be quality control in the company which is depicted through leadership development to ensure products are of good quality for human consumption; a role to be plaid in human resource (Ruth “ HR issues and challenges” ). Poor Labour Relations. Poor labour relations at any organizational work environment will reveal a determining factor that the organization does not have good relations among the employees and the staff. Inadequate coordination will be shown since each and every employee will be doing their things without informing other fellow employees in the organization (Henrik 776).
As a result of this issue that was revealed at the Philips in Victoria Production Company, it affected the productions goals the company had (Henrik 776). It had to intervene with other leadership styles that applied strategies to bring back the company and regain profits. Poor labour relations are a problem that is well defined in human resource management which affected the role of human resource negatively (Henrik 776).
Human resource management should have emphasized on good relations among the employees and the management for effective handling of organizational goals to achieve good productivity levels. As the human resource director, I, therefore, should ensure there are good labour relations created through fair interaction and cooperation in the manufacturing plant hence this issue will not arise in my company (Henrik 778).