Human Resource Management
Human resource management (HRM) is extremely important to an organization because this department is responsible for hiring and protecting the company’s most important asset, its people. HR has a variety of roles within an organization; this group is responsible for creating strategies that focus on recruiting and retaining top employees as well as overseeing projects that promote company-wide production (Scott, 2013). As head of a company I would use HR and staff to help build the company’s foundation by recruiting, interviewing and selecting the most qualified candidates to assist in achieving company-wide goals.
The business a company acquires starts with the staff that it has in place to acquire such business. In the article Brand Your Company to Get and Keep Top Employees (2006) states that employees will stay a part of a company for more than monetary rewards, employees want to be proud of the place they work in and believe that they have worth. Having the ability to provide employees with this feeling will assist in retaining the top employees that were hired and the continued success in the quality of work provided. Happy employees typically express their love for their jobs with others which intrigues others to want to be a part of the company. As the head of a company I would want this to occur so other top employees would want to be a part of my firm. Happy employees produce a high quality of work the higher quality of work produced will bring in new and continued business for the company. Happy employees assist in producing happy customers.
Training employees is another tool within HR that I as head of the company would implement strongly. In my own experience I find it better to promote within and hire from the ground up. If an individual is hired as a receptionist and during the course of this individual becoming a receptionist demonstrates that he or she has the skill set...