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    We will be focusing on the organizational roles and responsibilities of the HR department. What is the role of HR in your organization? What should it be? What is it actually doing? Why? What should change? How critical is HR to the success of a company? Refer to your own experiences with your current or previous employers, and explain what kind of help, support, and leadership was provided - or not provided - by the HR department. Was it what you expected? Would you have handled your experience differently if you had the power and authority? If so, explain how.

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    We will be focusing on the organizational roles and responsibilities of the HR department. What is the role of HR in your organization?

    Human Resources in the Management Construction Business supports the employees but also works with company management. There is only one person in Human Resources so this person is the manager, human resource specialist, and negotiator. Human Resources is involved in the hiring, firing, retirement, and layoff processes. It handles work issues such as benefits, time off, health insurance, FMLA, union negotiations, and training.

    What should it be?

    Human Resources should be a place employees can go to discuss any issues or ask any questions. It is a department that is supposed to be supportive of the employee and assist with anything that needs to be discussed with the company. Although, this is supposed to be the function of HR, there are companies where the employee goes to HR and HR immediately goes to the supervisor letting them know the employee has contacted them. This makes for difficult work relations when this happens.

    What is it actually doing?

    For the most part, human resources' role keeps changing. Years ago, HR was ...

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