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In big businesses and corporations, there are human resources departments that plays a big role in the company. They handle a lot of necessary functions for the business and they are one of the key ingredients for a long-lasting company. As per smallbusiness.com, Human Resources are instrumental in providing labor law compliance, record keeping, hiring and training, compensation, relational assistance, and help with handling specific performance issues.
Aside from that, they are also responsible for strengthening the employer-employee relationship and is supported by a variety of functions within the human resources department. Now, let’s get a more detailed view about its different functions:
Labor Law Compliance
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This needs no explanation. Labor Law Compliance simply means that the company itself should follow the rules and guidelines of the law of a specific country in terms of handling business with the help of the human resources managers. Labor Law Compliance is very very important so that everything will run smoothly and no problem will occur.
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The Human Resources department are responsible for keeping all the records of the company may it be business permits, checks, employee records and the like. By doing this, they will be able to backtrack everything in case they need to.
Hiring And Training
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The HR department is also required to do the hiring and training of the employees. They are the ones who will mold and train them in their new job so that they will be ready when they get into the office. They should also be introduced to the mission and vision of the company and also be familiarized with the work and people.
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They also handle the compensation part. It is important to have everything accurate as to not confuse the employees. Also, they work hand-in-hand with the CEO and the accounting staff to accurately compensate everyone in the company.
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It’s important for the HR department to be there in times of need. If in any case there are misunderstanding between the employees, they will always be there to help and give them words of encouragement.
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Lastly, performance issues. There will be times when the employees will struggle and will go through personal stuff that may affect their performance in the office. The HR department is there to guide and lift up the spirits of their employees so that they will be able to level up their work and be more focused and determined to push through.
Author Bio: Mark Aldrin Hipolito is a daytime writer for HR Dept Franchising, one of UK’s network of support for anything HR-related where great collaborations between business owners and customers starts.