In recruiting, you are involved with human resources on a daily basis - but what is it? The goals and tasks of human resources are various and it is easy to lose track of them. Don't worry! In this article, you will learn what human resources actually means, what tasks there are and what the goals of human resources are.
In human resources (also known as Human Resource Management (HRM) or HR management), the search and selection of leading staff and employees is a fundamental task. It covers all tasks related to HR and work. It is important to find a good balance between company goals and employee needs so that employees are satisfied and can promote the competitiveness of the company.
In human resources, employees are the most important resource for the success of a company.
When it comes to human resources goals, a distinction is made between economic and social goals. The economic goals refer to the success of the company while the social goals are dedicated to the employees and their satisfaction. Economic and social goals are in line with each other, because a high level of employee satisfaction increases the productivity of the company.
Social: In order for employees to devote their full concentration to the success of the company, there should be a good working atmosphere and the work of employees should be appreciated in order to motivate them. To achieve this, you should provide your employees with a secure job and a decent income. Career opportunities and preventive health care also promote employee performance.
Economic: Goals that support the company's success are, for example, the recruiting of suitable specialists and the reduction of absences and delays, but also the promotion of performance, the effective use of staff and the training and further education of employees.
There are many areas of responsibility in human resources. On the whole, it is about recruiting and supporting qualified candidates in order to achieve the company's goals. Here are some examples:
Planning of personnel requirements:
In personnel requirements planning, it is checked how many personnel resources will be needed in the company in the near future and which skills and qualifications they require in order to achieve the company's goals.
Then this potential candidate is searched for. You can do this, for example, via the career page, job advertisements or social media. Perhaps a suitable candidate is already in your talent pool, or you are actively searching for candidates (active sourcing).
Selection of personnel:
If candidates have submitted an application, the selection process follows. The application documents are reviewed and attractive candidates are invited for an interview to make sure that the candidate is really qualified enough and fits into the company.
Once a candidate has successfully become an employee, the time has come to integrate him or her into your company as quickly as possible. Onboarding helps a new employee find his or her way around the new position, team and work environment.
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