Mod 2 contribution.docx - A typical Human Resources department consists of the HR Director and is supported by the staff of organization development

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A typical Human Resources department consists of the HR Director and is supported by the staff of organization development, staffing, employee relations, Training and Development, Compensation, and health and safety (McCain, 2007). With Motors and More Inc being a small company of under 125 employees, there is no need nor would it be fiscally responsible to have a large Human Resources (HR) department. Within this company an HR Director could assume the rolls Organizational development, employee relations and health and safety with a second staff member to handle the staffing and compensation components. The HR Director title that over sees Development, employee relations, and health and safety could assume the title role of HR Director and Staff Enrichment. Whereas the HR employee that over sees Compensation and staffing could assume the role title of HR Coordinator of employee benefits. The HR department is designed to empower the company, assure that staff needs are met, as well as governmental rules and regulations are being followed.
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