Human Resources

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Human Resources directors are a very important to every company, “experimental studies show that functions of human resources management (recruitment and selection, performance appraisal and career development, compensation/offering reward and benefits) have a positive relationship with organizational performance separately (Beig, Karbasian, & Ghorbanzad, 2012).” Choosing the correct person to direct the Human Resources could be a very strategic component for any company. As mentioned earlier the Human Resources director duties include staffing, planning, compensation, benefits, training and development, budget, and labor relations.

Having the correct staff in each position could greatly help the success of a company. For example, if a greater was needed for a business, the person hired should be an outgoing person who has a positive attitude. The greeter will be the first one who speaks to the customer so ensuring the customer is greeted in a positive manner will set the tone for a more positive customer experience. The human resources director will also be in charge of compensation. Compensation is very important to all companies, the is reason the employee is there working, to get compensated. Paying employees too much is a waste of money for the company, but paying to little would also hurt the company in the long run because the quality of the people applying for the job would decrease. Usually educated or more driven individuals will want to work for better pay, even if they did start with your company they would quickly move on. Benefits is just like the compensation, the better the benefits, the more people will want to work for your company, therefore giving you a better talent pool to chose from. Training and development are also very important, if a new employee is developed and trained properly will make the employee more efficient at his job, therefore leading to success for him and the business. Budget can make or a break a...
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