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What does HR actually do?

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Component: Database Version: 2.0
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A well-run human resource department that contributes to organizational success is very different from one that resides in the basement archives and only shows up once a year at the company holiday party. HR might be the most confusing department in your whole organization - everyone knows they're important, but very few employees know why.

What does HR do then? There is a huge difference between a well-run human resource department that contributes to organizational growth and one that exists in the basement archives but only appears once a year at the company holiday party. This is a detailed description of the HR department's role (or should be) in meeting the needs of employees. These suggestions will help ensure that your company has a top-notch HR department.

What is an HR department? In simple terms, the HR (Human Resources) department is a group who is responsible for managing the employee life cycle (ie, recruiting, hiring, onboarding, training, and firing employees) and administering employee benefits. Know more about HR Course, Visit:

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