Personal Management Consultancy
A personnel management consultant deals with the human front of the organization. The traditional scope of consultancy in this field has focused more on personnel management, job evaluation and compensation. However, in recent years it has broadened its scope to include the demonstration of behavioral sciences, techniques and tools in analyzing organizations and the main frontier of human resource development, developing more effective working groups and harmonizing individual group and organizational goals. In many respects, the personnel management consultant is expected to bring new knowledge to the organizations and accordingly act as a resource consultant.
Personal Policies and Consultant Supervision
In the initial phase of a personnel management consultant’s work, he or she usually focuses on recruitment, training, promotion and transfer, salary increase, employee management relations, etc. Organizational policies regarding the basic elements of the personnel function such as will be explained. The consultant must first examine current personnel policies and procedures; It will try to evaluate it by examining, analyzing and comparing it with the actual results obtained from systematic and in-depth inspections.
Before beginning to prepare a research design to uncover the hard data required, the consultant is likely to consider that the policies being put forward are mostly good intentions. A personnel policy must be full of many criteria to live up to its name.
- Policy; It must be written, understandable and present its functions comprehensively.
- Preparations should be made to ensure the pervasiveness and comprehensiveness of the established policy for the organisation.
- The policy should be well-founded and consistent with government policy and comparable organisations.
- The policy should be internally consistent with certain general goals and policies of the organization.
- Specific personnel policies (such as staffing, development and management) should be mutually supportive.
- The policy should be based on the results of consultations and discussions, which will include discussions with workers’ representatives at all levels of the organisation.