What is Human Resource Responsible for?

Mon, Apr 16, 2012

Employee Engagement, Retention

When it comes to human resource we all know that hiring, firing, payroll, staff training and administration of employee benefits are all part of the job. But what else does human resource manage? There is so much more to the department of human resources. Some of the responsibilities include:

  • Expanding the modernization, resourcefulness and flexibility essential to augment competitiveness.
  • Enhancing individual and company-wide performance proficiencies developing.
  • Evaluating for functioning skills with suitable appraisal and compensation.
  • Successfully handling and utilizing employees.
  • Cultivating employment, training and communication with personnel by overseeing the application and assimilation of technology.
  • Implementing new tactics to work process design, job development, succession planning and inter-organization agility.

Human resources perform a vital part in facilitating businesses transactions with a rapidly-changing competitive atmosphere and the greater demand for quality employees. To attain the optimal use of an establishment’s most indispensable asset, its human resources the continuing process of organized planning is vital. Working to establish attainable and significant goals while monitoring and evaluating the effectiveness of the employee is an invaluable part of HR.

Adapting to the ever changing circumstances in the commercial and environment over the long run means that the HR plan is required to be flexible enough to meet short-term staffing challenges, as well. It is a process that continues while the company works to succeed in the business it is emulating. Human resource must outline the approach and methods to be used in a detailed explanation of the goals and expectations.

Overall human resource plays an indispensable role in the company. It sets the foundations and raises the bar. It monitors and rewards its well deserving employees, as well as fires the employees who are not performing at the level the company needs. It is a difficult and significant job.


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