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- MemberOctober 29, 2021 at 5:08 pm
“Traditionally, human resource management practices were developed and administered by the company’s human resource department. Managers are now playing a major role in developing and implementing HRM practices. Why do you think non-HR managers are becoming more involved in developing and implementing HRM practices? Discuss”
In my opinion, people are the most valuable resource in an organisation. Workforce generally constitutes whether an organisation will succeed or fail in the long-run. This may be a concerning issue for many corporations and enterprises especially during this digital era where communication becomes fast and wide.
As such, managers, people who manages a group of people, shall be required with the knowledge of HRM, in handling workforce, be it HR or non-HR managers, to engage in and implementing HRM practices so as to satisfy the workforce to generate greater benefits to the organisation while keeping up to the KPI of the manager themselves.
Also, in this current era, we are all talking about people networking, and thus, it is important that we develop and implement HRM practices, especially for managers, so that we can in a way build a strong people network base for the greater future of ourselves too!
– Low Wee Sern, Sheng