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repetitive nature of these HR functions and the general nature of the information, it is considered an option for outsourcing.Page 6Human ResourcesDirectorSafetyCoordinatorEmployeeRelationspecialistTrainingCoordinatorOD SeniorConsultantStaffingManBenefitsSpecialistDesign &DevelopmentSpecialistODSpecialistStaffingSpecialistSalarySpecialist
MBA 533 – Human Resource in Management A prime consideration for the role of outsourcing positions within the human resource functions is that of determining whether the role is routine versus one that is critical, highly confidential in nature, requires specialized knowledge or requires specific management decisions. (Caruth & Caruth, 2013, p. 4)The chart below demonstrates the differences between positions that have high potential for outsourcing versus low potential and the criticalness of the HR activity. Included in the team’s recommendation are thepositions for outsourcing of both staffing and benefits. These positions fall in the middle to low levels of the hierarchy chart below. (Caruth & Caruth, 2013, p. 4)(Caruth & Caruth, 2013, p. 4)Human Resource DirectorRole: Direct staff by managing and implementing company values and upholding laws and regulations.Responsibilities:• In charge of organizational strategies within the company.• Be able investigate, analyze, and give recommendations on organizational direction and strategy.• Manage all outsourced human resource firms for company, such as staffing, training, and recruitment.• Manage all human resource staff by advising, training, monitoring, clarifying issues, analyzing productivity, and researching customer service approaches.• Guide in the revision and addition of policies, procedures, and methods.• Follow all federal, state, and local laws by studying both new and current legislation; while counseling employees and applying requirements.• Apprise education by reading recent professional publications, enroll in educational opportunities, contribute in conferences and meetings as well has preserve a professional network.• Enhances the human resource department as well as the company’s image by searching for new opportunities that will add value to employee undertakings.Page 7
MBA 533 – Human Resource in Management Training & Development SpecialistRole: In charge of providing the company’s employees with job specific trainings to promote high job performance and retain employees.Responsibilities:• Ascertain and measure the educational needs within the company.• Communicate it HR Director of training needs.• Administer reviews.• Conduct job specific trainings for employees• Create, conduct and assess training programs.• Develop educational resources.• Explain skills including business technology, merchandise assembly, laws and regulations, and planning.