A working definition of Human Resources Management is a philosophy of people management based on the belief that human resources are uniquely important to sustained business success. An organization gains competitive advantage by using its people effectively, and by drawing on their expertise and ingenuity to meet clearly defined objectives. Some of the goals of the HR department to recruit capable, flexible and committed people. Other goals include managing and rewarding employees' performance, and ensuring the company has the right mix of employees with the correct competencies.
In my first presentation to senior line managers and the HR staff, I would begin by explaining that the relationship between companies and employees has changed dramatically. The dynamic in the modern workplace is that of a partnership between the company and its employees. One of the major problems faced by many companies is how to locate, attract, recruit, hire and retain the best and brightest potential employees. In this highly competitive business environment, the best talent quickly gets swept up by other employers, including competitor companies anxious to strengthen the quality of their workers. That's why it is important for a company's line managers and its HR department to find the best talent available.
A successful company will usually place a high priority on the organization of labor in order to increase the effectiveness of the company's human resources. The goal of the company extends beyond finding the best employees. It will also involve finding loyal employees such loyalty reduces the rate of turnover while increasing the level of quality in the goods and services provided.
One of the most important aspects associated with hiring, training and motivating employees involves offering each employee an opportunity to excel. When employees are viewed as productive and creative assets of the organization rather than as a cost center, ...