Human Resource Management refers to the organizational unction that deals directly with employment relationship, (the relationship between the organization and the employee); it covers establishing (recruitment and selection of staff), maintaining (ongoing training, career development and motivation) and terminating (retirement, resignation, dismissal, redundancy and retrenchment) an individual or group of employees (Barrier & Cameron, 2010).
This essay will explore the strength and weakness of different styles of managing human resource in an organization, particularly with the case of Restaurant, providing possible feedback and recommendations to the Board. Restaurant is a restaurant developed from a small family owned business in the 1 ass’s and have experienced a period of rapid growth during the sass’s and have turned from franchised operations to a private owned branded chain large non-unionized restaurant.
Throughout these years, the organization experienced organizational change and in order to manage the change, Restaurant need to manage its human resources effectively and efficiently. (Stutter, Jew & Marching,M . 2012). There are two main arguments about managing human resources in most organizations, which are either to be centralized or decentralized.
Centralization is described as the location of decision-making power (Barrier & Cameron, 201 0 pappy). A centralized organization will reserve decision- making power in the sequence from top to down (Top management usually CEO of the organization to lower management usually front-line managers or supervisors).