Essay on Human Resource Management Self Reflection

2087 Words Jan 14th, 2012 9 Pages
Human Resource Management Self Reflection
Tony Latta
BUS 303 Human Resources Management
Fred Jackson
9 January 2011

To be a successful business I have learned that the company must have a great Human Resources Management (HRM). As a future leader, I learned how to support Human Resources (HR) with business plans. I have recognized the impact of external and internal environments within the company; design HR systems to promote positive behaviors among employees, establish staffing and compensation systems to attract, retain and encourage the best employees, understand employee relations, manage change during difficult times and influence these strategic HR skills that add important value to business decision-making. As society and
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