Evaluating a Successful Human Resource Management Plan

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Identifying your organization’s strategic goals and implementing steps to achieve them is an essential part of the human resources management plan, but it’s just the first step in a number of activities that ensure successful HR management. Evaluating an HR management plan for success includes looking at recruitment policies, hiring processes, the extent to which […]

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The Disadvantages of Lacking a Human Resources Manager

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The job functions of a human resource manager vary by employer. You can hire a human resources manager with experience that fits your company’s needs, which might include hiring, training and terminating employees; handling payroll and company benefits; and handling employee issues. Because the manager’s job function bridges satisfaction between the employee and company, lacking […]

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How to Forecast Future HR Needs

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Human resources professionals are responsible for staffing positions, training employees, providing benefits and handling any problems or disciplinary actions that occur. The day-to-day responsibilities of managing the workforce can leave little time for long-range planning. Human resources needs to engage in strategic planning in order to fulfill the company’s mission as it relates to the […]

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The Role of Human Resource Management in Organizations

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Human resources managers oversee the most important component of a successful business – a productive, thriving workforce. This requires viewing people as human assets, not costs to the organization. As with any other asset, a talented workforce can be used strategically to add value to an organization. Strategic Role of HRM The human resources management […]

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Human Resources Practices & the Productivity Paradox

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In a small business, the human resources staff works closely with management to determine how to help employees become more productive. Management could believe that getting a bigger bang for each labor buck would increase the company’s profit margin. However, if you purchase technology to raise employee productivity, your business could experience the productivity paradox. […]

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