Human Resources

One of the roles of human resources is to take initiative and leading providing.

Mostly a human resources function lies in the delivery business, which involves advice and service. Delivery that enables the organization to do business with people.

Activities within the HR function are divided into two in the broad category:

  • Strategic, mainly related to human resources; it is aligning and implementing the organization’s strategies.
  • Operational, which includes human resource service delivery key activities such as resource acquisition, training, development, and encouragement and employee relationships.

The HR specialist functions are essentially different, but they mostly include advice, guidance, and service delivery on all issues that concern people.
As “business” partners, HR specialists share Responsibility for the success of the enterprise with the direction manager and colleagues; they engage in the process of implementing an organization strategy.
They formulate predictive HR strategies and implementation that are consistent with tasks and integrated with one another. Direction Manager and colleagues work on implementing an organization, function or division strategy to provide daily continuous support- participation in strategy development.
HR specialists are making the change. Agents in the organization contribute to the change with advice and support their implementation and management.
Human resources consultants work as internal consultants with their colleagues – with their clients. They analyze problems, define issues, and find ways to solve them.

The key function of an HR specialist is to provide services for internal users. These services may be generic and include all aspects of human resource management or the provision of these services may be provided only in one or two areas.
Human resources specialists can be valuable to the organization; they advocate for ethical standards related to people.
They do so when behavior is at odds with these values or when the proposed measures are incompatible with the values.
Professional ethics encompasses the moral principles and values managed by professional behavior. Principles of Professional Ethics in Human Resources imply that HR specialists are needed.
When making decisions, they take into account the dignity and rights of employees in relation to employment.
These include clearly defined and equitable conditions of employment, ensuring a healthy and safe work environment and fair pay, and promoting equal opportunities and diversity of employment. Employees are encouraged to develop skills and declare inadmissibility of discrimination and abuse.
HR practices the standard of evaluative ethics: basic rights, organizational Justice, respect for individuals, and common purpose.

When making decisions, they take into account the dignity and rights of employees in relation to employment.
These include clearly defined and equitable conditions of employment, ensuring a healthy and safe work environment and fair pay, and promoting equal opportunities and diversity of employment. Employees are encouraged to develop skills and declare inadmissibility of discrimination and abuse.
HR practices the standard of evaluative ethics: basic rights, organizational Justice, respect for individuals, and common purpose.