Human Resource Management Roles and Responsibilities
Human resource managers must provide managers and supervisors with training that helps line managers/supervisors perform better assessments of the employee.
The history of human resources management in the past has been characterized by a continuing attempt to justify the function within an organization. Increased labor laws and the rise of unions have made effective human resource management essential. Additionally, the expansion of companies into foreign markets has created the need for managing human resources from an international perspective. The developing global economy and the continually increasing need to manage labor and management relations have given greater importance to human resource management (Dessler). Human resource management has moved from the position of justifying its position in an organization to adding to the organization profits by managing its most important asset: people (Kaponya).
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