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HR Roles and Responsibilities

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HR ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 1 HR Roles and Responsibilities RayVon Shipman MGT/431 6/21/11 Todd Keller
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HR ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 2 HR Roles and Responsibilities There was a time when a person wanted to apply for a position, they came into the business, got an application and spoke with a manager, depending on the interview they started the next couple of days. With the ever-changing process of human resource management, the extent of its power goes beyond just applying for a position, but extends into maintaining and growing in a position. With the bounds continually being pressed and blurred, so are the responsibilities of the people who are the foundation of management. Being pulled in several different directions, human resources and its organizations must figure out a balance to benefit itself and it’s employees. From technology, diversity, globalization, ethics and e-business, human resources seems to be on a never changing yet emerging road. This paper will examine those trends and their changing roles. “Globalization requires HR professionals to work not only across geographic borders, but national, cultural, ethnic, religious, functional, organizational, time, distance, legal, financial, historic, economic and political ones as well” (Glade, Myxter, and Digh, 2005). Because of the multiple jobs now available through outsourcing, HR professionals and the profession itself should know and understand the parameters of international relationships and the fact that being able to extend human resource reach across county lines, state line and international lines has been a task that continues to build.
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