How to Be an Effective Hr Practitioner

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The aim of this report is to demonstrate I can be an effective practitioner in Human Resources.

Users of HR Services within an Organisation and Key Needs of each User After researching, I can determine three users of HR Services in the Organisation to be: •Employees of the Organisation
Management of the Organisation
Third-parties i.e. Clients

Two key needs of HR Services to the:-

1.Offer support to employees regarding equal opportunities to ensure all staff members have the same rights and privileges. 2.Verify that the employee is received the appropriate compensation including pay and benefits.

1.Provide management with correct and precise information regarding an employee’s duties, schedules, and expectations of the job itself and on the area the person would be working in. This would become useful whenever a Manager needs to hire or fire an employee. 2.Present management with training support. This could guarantee all management and team members responsible are fully developed and working to their full potential.

Third Parties i.e. External Clients

By providing these HR Services to Employees and Management, the happiness of the employees would be ensured. Building trust with the users of HR Services and providing confidential and sound advice, the employee is more likely to stay with Company for a long period of time. It will also allow for Company to have a good name throughout the industry and encourage potential candidates to apply to work with us.

Conflicting Needs
To prioritise conflicting needs effectively, the HR practitioner first has to determine what is the most important …

Methods of Communication
Three effective methods of appropriate communication to employees on different levels would be:- •E-mail Communication.
This is the speediest way to transfer information and the must secure method of communication. This can be useful if you need to transfer...
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