The role of the human resources manager
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The role of the human resources manager

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    Bright A.
    GH
    Bright A.

    building upon Smart's explanation, one can also refer to the "people oriented approach" as the engagement of employees towards the goal or target of the organization taking into account all aspects of the employee cycle and sticking to the designed plan.

    Kooagile K.
    BW
    Kooagile K.

    To pormote wealfare of emplyees and implement policies designed to enhance the perfomace

    Vangie W.
    AU
    Vangie W.

    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.

    Adedayo A.
    NG
    Adedayo A.

    Is there any difference between implementing change and succession planning?

    Norah N.
    NG
    Norah N.

    'People oriented' approach no doubt equals success in organizations. An employee whose complete employment life cycle is always put into consideration is in no doubt in a better psychological state and with a conducive work place, feels like a partner in the organization an d as such, work effort and productivity are optimal.

    Zekkethal V.
    US
    Zekkethal V.

    Never realized how the HR or HR Manager is a vital part of a success business and/or employees. I have a better understanding now.

    Eileen D.
    JM
    Eileen D.

    The role of the HR manager is to motivate, train, employ and retain staff. As well as ensuring the company adheres to legal regulations to employment

    Robert Peter A.
    PH
    Robert Peter A.

    Specifically, what is the difference between the former job tite of "Personnel Manager" and "Human Resource and Development Manager"? In an Academic Setting, what is the relationship between the Dean of a College, Faculty Member, and the HR Manager? Is the Dean under the HR Manager?

    Maryam D.
    IR
    Maryam D.

    the HRM will help the employees to not only increase the productivity of the organization but also to make themselves more knowledgable and more effective in their own lives. the employees will learn a lot as they are doing their job and they will get ready to get promotions. the HRM will lead the employees to the path of success. it's a win-win situation for everyone.

    Tekalgn Ayano G.
    ET
    Tekalgn Ayano G.

    Human resource is the only resource that will appreciate over time with experience and knowledge gained from the work itself. So, It really requires proper planning for its acquisition and maintenance once it is acquired.

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