Characteristics of Human Resource Planning

HR

Human resource departments evolved over time, and since the mid-1990s what was once called “personnel administration” has now become human resources. Human capital is another term used to describe the value of your company’s employees. Employees drive your business success, and are therefore considered resources or capital. Human resource planning takes on the challenge of […]

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Intern Programs As a Human Resource Management Tool

HRM

Interns are a mix between observational learners and temporary employees, and they occupy unique positions within the companies they work with. Internship positions provide college students and aspiring career-minded learners with opportunities to gain experience in their chosen fields with companies who may not otherwise hire them. Internships can be either full or part time, […]

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Several Areas in Which HR Can Affect Organizational Culture Positively or Negatively

HR

Organizational culture is more than a buzz phrase. It’s the “proper way to think, act and behave within an organization,” according to HR.com in a July 2005 post. Managers make hiring decisions based on a candidate’s potential fit with the organizational culture; employees base a decision to leave on whether that culture fits their needs. […]

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