Human Resource: Leaders of Today

                Strong, successful businesses have top notch employees who understand their jobs in the business that they are a part of. To recruit these special employees, businesses hire people who can create a plan to weed out any candidates who are unfit for the job they are hiring for. I want to be a part of a team that can create and implement strategic plans to be able to hire the best possible candidates for the job. We would also need to be sure to hire people that we feel would fit in well with the other existing employees to be sure that everyone feels welcome and accepted in their work place.

                HR professionals need to develop business competencies and embrace new roles as business development managers and evolve themselves as providing service to their internal and external customers. (Sastry). HR managers are now seen as the people who can keep the company running smoothly through the hiring of great employees and implementing plans to ensure the best possible business strategies are being used daily.

                “Every organization wants to attract, motivate, and keep qualified employees and match them to jobs for which they are well suited.” (USDL). HR professionals must supervise staff to ensure that tasks are being completed in a timely matter and are done while meeting specific goals that are set for the company. There could also be different sections to the HR department that would require different managers to keep track of different goals and departments in the organization. Some managers are responsible for only the payroll department while others could responsible for just recruiting new employees.



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Bureau of Labor Statistics, U.S. Department of Labor, Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2014-15 Edition, Human Resources Managers,
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