Introduction and factors involved in managing human resources
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Introduction and factors involved in managing human resources

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    Islam E.
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    Islam E.

    Excellent

    Vinodh B.
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    Vinodh B.

    Human Resource is the novelity potion to gain the goal and targets of the company.

    Onyegbu C.
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    Onyegbu C.

    Human resources is the most essential element in any organisation. Since employees are seen as the key to organisational success; the mechanism used in appraising their performance should be transparent and the result should be communicated to them at the right time so that they can improve were necessary in other to achieve the desired organisational goal.

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    Kooagile K.

    human resources management help me to know about how to motivate employees,improve the perfomance efficiency and effectivenees

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    Vangie W.
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    Vangie W.

    The role of human resource management is to plan, develop, and administer policies and programs designed to make expeditious use of an organisation’s human resources. The role includes creating harmonious and desirable relationships among members of the organisation, providing staff with development opportunities and acting as an arbitrator when there is conflict in the workplace.

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    Safi H.

    I try to devlope my english thank you

    Arshad S.
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    Arshad S.

    Most important is the manager as it,s the only person who can achieve the full potential of his employees by using communication skills and other managerial skills

    Anne Marie Q.
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    Anne Marie Q.

    This HR course sounds interesting and comprehensive. Thank you ALISON!!

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