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Importance of Human Resource Management

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Importance of Human Resource Management

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Importance of Human Resource Management


Organizations have changed their emphasis over considering the tangible resources as the
valuable assets and have started to value the asset of human resource because this notion has
been widely accepted that human resource or employees are the ones who provide the
organizations with the competitive edge. Therefore, the management of human resources has
been taken into account at the organizational level because with the systematic management of
HR, the managers can imply the effective policies to recruit candidates, train and retain the
potential employees for their organization (Wright et al. 297). The existence of employees with
high potential ensures the organizations sustainability and efficiency for long term. It has been
inferred that the HR personnel make the effective strategies in order to enhance the performance
of their employees by taking into account that the employees strengths, abilities, skills and
knowledge is utilized for the achievement of business objectives in an effective manner. The
systematic job design and job description process is implemented by the HR professionals which
provides the guidelines and work processes and responsibilities for specific positions so that only
potential employees can be given such job tasks that are found to be entirely in accordance with
the job requirement (BBC). According to Guest (11), the management of HR in the organization
understands the motivational factors of the employees and provides employee benefits in such

Importance of Human Resource Management

manner that they can comply with the employees intrinsic and extrinsic motivational factors and
can become effectively engaged in their assigned work objectives. In the dynamic economy, the
contribution of HR personnel in the organization ensures that the employees are trained and
adapted in such manner that they can be efficient which ultimately makes the organization to
achieve efficiency and sustainability.

Work Cited
BBC.

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Guest, David E. "Human resource management and performance: still searching for some
answers." Human Resource Management Journal 21.1 (2011): 3-13.
Wright, Patrick M., and Gary C. McMahan. "Theoretical perspectives for strategic human
resource management." Journal of management 18.2 (1992): 295-320.