Manager Role

Manager Role within Functional Business

Cail Hester


5 August, 2015
Human resource management is the continual process of hiring and developing
Employees so they become an integral part of an organization so they become more
Valuable to the organization. Human resource management includes, but not limited to
Conducting job analyses, planning personnel needs, recruit the right people for the right
Job, make it a onetime opportunity to get it right, orienting and training, managing
wages and salaries, providing benefits and incentives, in a variety of ways monetary, time
off to name a few, evaluating performances, resolving conflicts, it must be noted that often
times the manager is not the most knowledgeable in a given area [Foust, Jeff A.
March/April 2004] and communicating with employees at all levels. Examples of core qualities of human resources are extensive knowledge of the industry, leadership and effective negotiation skills, formerly called personnel management. Manager works often as an arbitrator for employees of different
levels, and disciplines to achieve a cohesive and harmonious atmosphere.
A manager is tasked with the Herculean responsibility of leading a group of diverse
personnel, moreover molding them into a seamless organization. A manager must
establish a clear vision, and share that vision, so that others will follow you willingly. A
manager must provide the information, and knowledge and methods to realize that vision.
A manager must also balance and coordinate the conflicting interests of all members and
stakeholders.   Leaders   set   directions   and   others   to   do   the   right   thing   to   move   forward.
To   do   this   a   manager   creates   an   inspiring   vision,   then   motivate   and   inspire   others   to   reach   that   vision.

Finance, Accounting, Law, and Economics
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