Human Resource Management: An Overview Term Paper by Master Researcher

Human Resource Management: An Overview
A definition and discussion of human resource management.
# 33048 | 650 words | 2 sources | MLA | 2002 | US
Published on Sep 20, 2003 in Business (Management) , Business (Human Resources)

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This paper discusses the many roles of human resource management and addresses the issue of strategic management, internal and external forces in human resources and the contingent workforce. The paper outlines the major goals of human resource management and emphasizes that the most important goal is to manage and pay attention to both the business goals and the employee's individual goals.

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"Human Resource management entails seeing to staffing needs of the business organization. Human Resource management also entails seeing to the welfare of employees which may mean attending to employee benefits and other quality of life issues in which the place of employment may have involvement. Human Resource Management helps managers to select the best employees for open positions. Human resource managers also help management to streamline the hiring process. The human resource managers may help narrow the selection pool for hirers, track employees, or keep a pool of hires for future positions. Human resource managers may also help develop policies, help ensure that the workplace is safe, and manage all other employee records. They may develop payment scales. Human resource managers also may lead training efforts so that all employees work to their potential. Strategic Human Resource Management entails working with managers to use human resources to make a direct impact on a company's bottom line."

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