Human Resources Management
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This paper explains that human resources professionals must learn to observe an organization from all perspectives by considering what is effective and what is important to achieving the company's goals as defined in the mission statement. The author points out the potential for conflicts between corporate mission statements and business strategies and the genuine needs and concerns of personnel, especially in the area of compensation. The paper stresses that training involves not merely the imparting of specific job skills to an employee but also making sure the employee understands clearly the company's goals and values. The paper includes several quotations.
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