HR Case Study1

HR Case Study1 - Case Study: Chapters 1-2 Chris Brock MGMT...

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Case Study: Chapters 1-2 Chris Brock MGMT 4105-02 Professor Cowan Chapter 1: A Change in HR 1. What possible problems do you see with this approach for HR management in other organizations? I do not see many problems with this approach at all. When HR knows more about a certain aspect of the organization, they have the ability to help management make crucial decisions about hiring, promoting, firing, etc. The more that HR knows about the other departments, the more they can do about bettering their own performance. 2. Compare this approach to HR management with the involvement of HR in operations in a current or previous job you have had. I currently work for the State of Georgia Department of Juvenile Justice and the HR department does not really “meddle” in the affairs of other departments. HR simply takes care of recruiting, background investigations, pre-employment screenings, and employee questions about benefits, pay, etc. Managers of the various departments do almost all of the work with interviewing, recommending prospective employees for
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This note was uploaded on 04/24/2008 for the course MGMT 4105 taught by Professor Cowan during the Spring '08 term at GCSU.

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HR Case Study1 - Case Study: Chapters 1-2 Chris Brock MGMT...

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