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Human Resources Department.

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Human Resources Department The employees are the most important resource in a business. There are many other resources, which are money (capital), buildings, equipment, land and materials. The Human Resources department must motivate all employees in order to have a successful business. If employees work hard and are satisfied with there job then the Human Resources department have succeeded in doing there objective which will lead to accomplishing the departments aims. To keep an employee happy the Human Resources department must make sure that the following is available for all the employees, > Good working conditions. > To be treated fairly by your boss. > To know you are working in a safe environment. > To have opportunities to take further training. > To be able to develop yourself and have the opportunity to gain promotion. > To have protection against victimization, harassment, discrimination, and unfair dismissal. > To be treated equally, no matter what your gender or race or whether you are disable in some way. Human Resources department have many different activities, such as, > The recruitment, retention and dismissal of staff. > The training, development and promotion of staff. > The monitoring and maintenance of good working conditions. > Health and safety. ...read more.

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> Their commitment, enthusiasm and willingness to help out when necessary. > Their ability to get on well with other people in the business. Working conditions The Human Resources department must make sure that there are good working conditions for the staff. At an interview you should be told what type of working condition you will be working inn. I think the Human Resources department for J-Sainsbury's is doing a good job in their activities because I know a lot of people who work for J-Sainsbury's and they are all happy and satisfied with their jobs. J-Sainsbury provides a work/life employment policies, which help men and women to balance the demands of paid work and family life. J-Sainsbury's offers a wide range of policies to there employees, such as > Part-time working. > Flexible contracts. > Job share. > Home working. > Enhanced maternity leave and pay. > Paternity leave > Parental leave > Careers break schemes of up to five years for childcare and special leave or up to one year for personal development of caring responsibilities. This may attract people who would prefer one of these contracts. J-Sainsbury's Human Resources departments are committed in providing, > A working environment in which everyone feels valued, respected, able to contribute to the business > Also employing a workforce that recognizes the diversity of our customer and potential customers. ...read more.

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There are many job roles, which make up a Human Resources department, four of them, Human Resources Director The job role of the director is to decide the overall staffing policies of the organization. He also advises senior management. The director has to set the budget. He is also in charge of all the Human Resources functions in the organization. Human Resources Manager The job role is managing the Human Resources department and staff, involved with industrial relations and trade union negotiations, implementing the organizations Human Resources policies. Recruitment Officer The job role is, the officer is responsible for the recruitment and selection of staff. The officer has to make sure all vacancies all known by giving information to job centers. Then the officer has to shortlist the people, which have showed an interest. After that the officer has to make a final decision in whom to recruit. The officer must be fair. Training/Staff Development Officer Responsible for training and staff development. He/she has to make sure all staff is trained in how to operate any machinery, health and safety, customer service, laws, company policy and attendance policy. Also if there are any staff which need more training, the officer has to make sure the staff are trained. ...read more.

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