Human resource management is a formal structure within a company or organization that handles all decisions, procedures, activities related to the management of employees. This involves ensuring that all employees adhere to company policies, resolving disputes between employees, and addressing employee concerns regarding workplace practices. In the event that a worker is accused of harassment or other illegal behavior, the corporate management structure will usually launch an investigation. Human resource management also requires workers to identify unproductive employees and offer those employees access to programs or training that will help them perform their jobs more efficiently. Human resource managers typically interact with employees at all levels of the corporate structure. These professionals often employ a human resource information system (HRIS) to make their jobs easier.
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