New Employee Training Programs
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HRM5000-8 Dr. Roger Holt
New Employee Training Programs Activity 3
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The Human Resource Function
The growth and success of an organization requires various human resource functions. Many human resource functions examine areas, which include strategic planning and promoting a good environmental structure to how an organization is ran. Analyzing the importance of the Human Resource (HR) department, include meeting the business needs of the organization. Organizations that align their business with the goals of the company are able to improve their performance in strategic areas such as customer service, productivity, cost reduction and innovation that are diversifiable. This manuscript will discuss several functions that contribute to activities that are essentials to the growth and success of an organization. Major essential
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