ReinaWeek1 - Amanda Reina Week 1 1 Human Resource was not...

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Amanda Reina Week 1 9/5/2010 1. Human Resource was not thought to be a key element in an organization, as far as achieving the organization’s goals. However, it has been proven that when the Human Resource’s policies support the organization’s goals, the company benefits. Thus, companies should strive for their Human Resources department to be a strategic business partner. Such linkage allows the employees to see a relationship between the jobs they perform daily to the company’s goals. The way Human Resource could aid in such success is by hiring the most productive employees whom, in return, will aid the company achieve its goals. A good way for HR to hire the right people would be by brainstorming. Human Resource needs to see what the company’s goals are and the qualities they need for the new hire to posses. For example, the company might be in need of a technician instead of a secretary. Thus, Human Resources needs to see what the company needs are in order to move forward. Then, Human Resources would need to list and explain what the job of this new hire would consist of, along with the company’s expectations of such hire. Training and development, motivation, and
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This note was uploaded on 07/31/2011 for the course ECON 101 taught by Professor Thielman during the Spring '11 term at DeVry Arlington.

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