Please further discuss the extent and the impact of the problem of "effectively handling human resources".
How often is it encountered?
What are its negative consequences?
Who is affected by the problem?
What could be its implications for the mission and vision of the healthcare organization where the problem occurs?
Lastly, for background information, see attached response identifying the problem of "effectively handling human resources".
The problem of effectively handling human resources is a problem that is often encountered by human resource management staff in nearly every form of healthcare organization. Due to the fact that effectively handling human resources requires that all human resource management personnel be highly adaptive in their methodology, as well as the fact that the human resource paradigm is ever-changing, the problem of effectively handling human resources is a very common occurrence to human resource management staff members at all levels. One of the most common problems that are commensurate with effectively handling human resources, is the problem of maximizing the efficiency of the amount of human resources that an organization has at its disposal, and maximizing efficiency takes a great deal of analysis and skill in making the determination as to where individuals should be placed within an organization order to maximize their talent, which will evidently benefit organizations to the highest degree possible. It is often very difficult for human resource management staff to conduct a thorough analysis of the individuals that are hired to work for an organization, so that the human resources personnel can effectively ascertain how these individuals can best be used to benefit the organization at large. In addition, it is very very common for human resources management personnel to have a very difficult time in matching an individual's talents and experiences with the needs of a given department at that particular time, which often exacerbates the problem of being able to ...