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HR Roles Mind Map Human Resources Roles Mind Map HRM/300 May 8, 2017 Jennifer Brito
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HR Roles Mind Map Human Resources Mind Map The Human Resources department have the important task of creating a structure within the employee’s work environment that is conducive for employees to maximize their performance  and encourage positive attitudes in the work environment.  The primary function of the human  resources department is to support the management team on how to strategically manage the  employees and collaborate to develop necessary training for the employee as well as the long- term plans for the growth and development of the organization.  Other areas that fall under the  responsibilities’ of the human resource department are planning, staffing, employee development and retention of the employees.   The mapping below represents the basic HR characteristics and responsibilities.  HR Department Planning Employee Advocate Organization Development Retention Compensation & Benefits Recruitment Training & Development Research and Info Systems HRM Human Resource Director
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HR Roles Mind Map Recruitment As a prospective employee, the first point of contact with a company is generally through the Human Resource department. This area of HR is crucial to an organization because the HR department represents the avenue by which applicants are interviewed and screened in order to find the most qualified and capable individual for the various positions. Two of the most common job titles in this area of HR is the Hiring Manager and the Recruitment Specialist. Training and Development Another very important area of HR is training and development. Training provides an opportunity to expand the skill set of all employees. Training not only prepares the individual for the given position but ongoing training helps them to stay abreast of evolving knowledge and information related to their particular position. Development is a tool by which the employer provides to help guide the employee towards their career goals within the organization. Professional development it also a way to motive and keep the employees on track for their career development as they increase their value to the organization. It improves employee performance, structures consistency and employee satisfaction. One job title within training and development is the Training Specialist.
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