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Total Marks 10
Starting Date Thursday, May 12, 2016
Closing Date Wednesday, May 18, 2016
Question Title Importance of Human Resource Management
Do you think; is it necessary that all managers of an organization need to understand HR rules & regulations, instead of leaving it to the HR department? Discuss with rationale.
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آپ کو لگتا ہے؛ یہ ایک تنظیم کے تمام مینیجرز کی بجائے HR محکمہ کو اسے چھوڑنے کی ، HR قوانین اور قواعد و ضوابط کو سمجھنے کی ضرورت ہے کہ ضروری ہے؟ ترک ساتھ بحث کریں .
In “rules”, I include company policies and practices, relevant employment-related laws and regulations, industry and safety protocols, and basic management techniques. A manager with insufficient awareness of these things is a liability.
The Human Resources department is there to support managers with a much deeper and more nuanced understanding of all of those areas, but we cannot compensate for managers that don't have a basic command of the requirements that apply to them. Managers need to make decisions in the moment, and will likely make some very lamentable and costly mistakes if they don't know what they're doing - if they don't know enough to know when they need to stop and ask questions, they'll get themselves and their staff into bad situations.
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