Managing employees is complex and challenging. A manager must work on developing their skills in diverse areas, including communication, goal setting, delegation and follow up, development and assessment, and above all, leadership.
HR Role in Managing Employees
HR provides structure and support in many management activities. In some cases, an effective HR manager will act as advisor and sounding board, especially in sensitive areas. In other areas, the HR manager will take the lead, in investigations, discipline and termination, for example. But not all HR functions are legalistic. An effective HR leader will create and administer training and development programs for managers and other employees, coordinate performance evaluations and follow up to make sure they are completed and done well.
Examples of the types of training and development programs that Aspire HR may provide:
- Customer service
- Decision Making
- Legal issues
- Self-directed work teams
- Time management
Managing employees is challenging. Aspire HR provides counseling, coaching, training and often the lead role in resolving employee issues and conflicts in the workplace.