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    Ekane Elvis edie Turkey What are the roles of a resource manager?
    2015-04-22 16:04:05

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    Ekane Elvis edie Turkey The human resource manger has the role such as planing, organising, leading, controlling, creating, communicating and motivating all these responsibilities are vital as they pilot the affairs of the organisation and when properly respected the build a good relationship with employees that will be capable of giving them a competitive edge with their competitors .
    2015-04-22 16:04:09

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    Adesuwa Imade Nigeria Human resource managers should play a more significant role other than managing staff leaves, welfare or payroll responsibilities. Their roles should be made to accommodate staff mentoring.
    2015-04-17 01:04:47

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    Samuel Abdul Bangura Sierra Leone The role of the HR Managers is planning, creating, motivating, selecting, providing, training and communicating the employees about the organisation policies..
    2015-04-07 14:04:41

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    gregrey jessesen apianpian Nigeria HR manager have to be proactive to effectively carry out its functions in the organisation
    2015-04-02 13:04:20

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    Queenielyn Caballero Japan The 'people oriented' approach adopted by many human resource departments is seen as the driving force behind the success of many corporations
    2015-03-26 00:03:06

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    Sandro Rojas Javier United Kingdom The role of the HR Managers is planning, creating, motivating, selecting, providing, training and communicating the employees about the organisation policies..
    2015-03-25 11:03:59

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    Nyahoda Zaina Zimbabwe What would be best practice for HRMs in depressed economies with regards to employee welfare viz a vis organisational profitability? What is effective motivation and at what point is it enough to sustain the rquired levels of performance?
    2015-03-20 11:03:13

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    Nyahoda Zaina Zimbabwe HR Manager role involves every aspect of the employment cycle of an employee and it involves the implementation of policies and practices designed to motivate and enhance the performance of these employees up to the utmost optimum level. This should lead to competitive edge for the organisation over it's corporate rivals!
    2015-03-20 11:03:54

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    Collins Ekpenyong Nigeria The job of the HRManager has gone far beyond its traditional functions when it was termed Personal Manager who was limited to just data collections of employees such data like payroll,leave and sick entitlements, holidays to be taken to a more integral and penitents aspects of the organizations such as planing,organizing,leading,controlling,creating bench marks and helping to implement POLCCCM nomenclatures to the benefit of the said organization. Another key aspect of today's HRManager is the aspect of interfacing between management and employees to actualize organizational goals by making sure that all organizational policies or culture of the said organization are well understood and adhered to thereby creating a smooth working environment that will enhance a better performance from employees that will also guaranty that the organization achieves their set targets or goals. The HR Manager is also responsible for making sure that all changes are well understood are adhered to by employees to an extent that these changes are implemented without any hiccup or difficulties. Most training issues are outsourced to Change agents or facilitators a more reason why a HR Manager should keep abreast of modern day ethical business best practices in order to know the exact kind of training that is needed to increase productivity of employees before this are outsourced. The effectiveness of an HR Manager will be obvious from the fluidity of the relationship between management and employees which in turn increases organizational ability to increase their market competitive edge over their competitors and also increase their market share advantage ultimately show an increase in bottom line of the said organization.
    2015-03-20 05:03:30

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    Kay Thwe Myanmar HR Manager has responsibility to get the right persons in the right positions. Thanks.
    2015-03-07 10:03:21

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    Nicodemus Ondere Kenya Roles of HR is to ensure that proper relationship within the organisation is managed effectively to archive the organisation set objectives
    2015-03-03 12:03:10

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    thovedzo Moyo South Africa hr manager must adopt the democratic style of management in order to satisfy the organization's employees, hence increase productivity
    2015-03-03 12:03:58

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    Alexandre Gonçalves Switzerland HR Managers must be able to implement workplace measures and ensure employees are aware of the changes. Enhancement of productivity will depend on employees satisfaction to implement the new policies and gain a competitive edge.
    2015-02-25 14:02:34

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    Kamwania Jafari [[]] In most organisations, the role of planning, organising, leading, controlling, creating, communicating, and motivating employees has become the sole responsibility of the Human Resource Manager. The role of the formerly titled Personnel Manager has been extended and has moved beyond basic data collection relating to such things as payroll, sick day entitlements and holidays taken. The role of the HR Manager involves every aspect of the employment cycle of each individual employee and it involves the implementation of policies and practices designed to enhance the performance of these employees. HR Managers are mainly responsible for implementing change in workplace procedures and for ensuring that employees are fully informed of the changes and are willing and able to accept the changes being implemented. In many organisations, this role is outsourced to external change agents or facilitators. Management of organisations can see that their relationship with employees is capable of giving them a competitive edge over their competitors and, hence, an increase in their market share, if the relationship is managed effectively.
    2015-02-18 13:02:02

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    Kenyi Margaret Kwaje South Sudan HR Manager role involves every aspect of the employment period of an employee and it encompasses the implementation of policies and practices designed to enhance the performance of these employees.
    2015-02-17 06:02:54

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    patrick Tetteh Ghana HR manager its role is implementing change in workplace procedures and for ensuring that employees are fully informed of the changes in the workforce.
    2015-02-14 23:02:10

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    Wisdom Solomon United Kingdom The HR Manager supports the people management functions that underpin the business culture. The broad areas include: employee matters, compensation and benefits, reward, professional growth, communications and performance management. Conducts recruitment's showing good faith efforts to broaden diversity, and ensures understanding of collective bargaining agreements’ specific provisions with respect to filling of bargaining unit positions. A professional and commercial approach to HR, with the ability to deliver high employee satisfaction, appropriate development and reward for individuals.
    2015-02-14 20:02:09

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    Yasir Zacharia Juma Sudan HR roles to take all the cycle area of an organization and employees to detect a full running operations as such sick leave, evaluation, and also planning and to inform employees if any changes may arise in an organization.
    2015-02-14 08:02:01

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    Dr. David Ackah Ghana In most organisations, the role of planning, organising, leading, controlling, creating, communicating, and motivating employees has become the sole responsibility of the Human Resource Manager. The role of the formerly titled Personnel Manager has been extended and has moved beyond basic data collection relating to such things as payroll, sick day entitlements and holidays taken. The role of the HR Manager involves every aspect of the employment cycle of each individual employee and it involves the implementation of policies and practices designed to enhance the performance of these employees. HR Managers are mainly responsible for implementing change in workplace procedures and for ensuring that employees are fully informed of the changes and are willing and able to accept the changes being implemented. In many organisations, this role is outsourced to external change agents or facilitators. Management of organisations can see that their relationship with employees is capable of giving them a competitive edge over their competitors and, hence, an increase in their market share, if the relationship is managed effectively.
    2015-02-09 14:02:58

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