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- MemberOctober 30, 2021 at 9:19 am
Yes, I agree that Non-HR managers becoming more involved in HRM practices and they should.
Non-HR managers manage and supervise their staff at specific towers example Department of IT. As a manager in that particular department, she or he has more visibility on the IT work nature. Having said that, it is no doubt that she/he knows the IT job better so it would be good if she/he involve in some HRM processes such as work performance or job appraisal. In certain cases, she/he might need to involve in hiring new IT staff.
The managers at each tower have their expert judgment when it comes to works performance or job appraisal. The Non-HR managers can justify the performance in detail considering they are in the same boat as the staff. It is only fair to the overall KPI justification rather than only HR manager to decide the KPI rating for all employees.
The togetherness between HR Managers and Non-HR Managers helps to make a better policy that meets every department’s need.
In the modern era, we are all the Human Resources to our organization; the spirit of solidarity and cooperation at work for the organization’s betterment.