Roles of HR Representatives within an Organization

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Roles of HR Representatives within an Organization by Mind Map: Roles of HR Representatives within an Organization

1. Conducting job analyses (determining the nature of each employee’s job)

1.1. Make sure all employees are aware of their responsibilities and have an understanding of what their job entails.

1.2. Ensure employees do not practice out of the scope of their duties

2. Planning labor needs and recruiting job candidates

2.1. Be aware of upcoming projects or the amount of staff needed to fulfill optimal performance

2.2. Post job assignments to recruit and meet the needs of the organization

3. Selecting job candidates

3.1. Filter through all applications to narrow down the applicants best qualified for the job to meet the need of the organization.

3.2. Conduct interviews to determine the best applicant for the job.

4. Orienting and training employees

4.1. Make sure all employees are familiar with their job functions and the organization they work for.

4.2. Train employees to be informed of their benefits and the standard operating procedures that their organization has to abide by.

5. Appraising performance

5.1. Keep employees current and up to date on their job functions through evaluations

5.2. Appraising performance allows the organization to stay current and function efficiently

6. Managing wages and salaries (how to compensate employees)

6.1. Be aware of current job salaries and competitive pay

6.2. Make sure the budget is able to afford all the employees on the payroll

7. Providing incentives and benefits

7.1. Attracts and retains employees to work and remain loyal to the organization

7.2. Boost organization moral through employees feeling valued

8. Communicating and managing employee relations (interviewing, counseling, disciplining)

8.1. Conduct meetings to ensure all employees are on the same page and are aware of any organizational changes

8.2. Responsible for hiring, firing, and disciplining employees while limiting the organization for liability of employee misconduct