Core activities of HR department:

  • ✎ Staffing

This includes the activities of hiring new employees for the association. Staffing activities include:

  1. Identifying and fulfilling talent needs (through recruitment, primarily)
  2. Utilizing various recruitment technologies to acquire a high volume of applicants (and to filter based on experience)
  3. Terminating contracts when necessary
  4. Maintaining ethical hiring practices and aligning with the regulatory environment
  5. Writing employee contracts and negotiating salary and benefits
  • ✎ Development

On-boarding new employees and providing resources for continued development is a key investment for organizations, and HR is charged with maintaining a developmental approach to existing human resources. Development activities include:

  • Training and preparing new employees for their role
  • Providing training opportunities to keep employees up to date in their respective fields
  • Preparing management prospects and providing feedback to employees and managers
  • ✎ Compensation

Salary and benefits are also within the scope of human resource management. This includes identifying appropriate compensation based on role, performance, and legal requirements. Compensation activities include:

  1. Setting compensation levels to match the market, using benchmarks such as industry standards for a given job function
  2. Negotiating group health insurance rates, retirement plans, and other benefits with management.
    Discussing raises and other compensation increases or decreases with employees in the organization
  3. Ensuring compliance with legal and cultural expectations when it comes to employee compensation
  • ✎ Safety and Health

One of the best practices in BKMEA by the HR department is include careful considering of safety and health concerns for employees. Safety and health activities include:

  1. Ensuring good health of Employees by giving proper leisure time.
  2. Give release for days if the employee get sick
  3. Providing medical assistance in the office.
  • ✎ Employer and Secretariat Relations

Defending secretariat’s rights and mediating disagreements between the organization and its human resources is another novel work of HR department. Employer and secretariat relations activities include:

  1. Mediating disagreements between employees and employers
  2. Mediating disagreements between employees and other employees
  3. Considering claims of harassment and other workplace abuses
  4. Discussing employee rights with board, management, and stakeholders
  5. Acting as the voice of the organization or the voice of the employees during any broader organizational issues pertaining to employee welfare