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The Role of HR in Organizational Transformation

HR Tech Outlook | Tuesday, October 06, 2020

HR leaders put in a lot of efforts in maintaining the company culture and communicating to employees the importance of working in alignment with the company goals.

FREMONT, CA: Organizational transformation is necessary for businesses to stay ahead in the competition. Organizational transformation involves one of the most important parts of an organization- its employees. Companies are now becoming more employee-centric and have started to acknowledge their employees as resources.

Top 10 Change Management Consulting/Service Companies - 2020Without proper human resources, business strategies and goals would remain unaccomplished. This is why a company needs skilled HR leaders to shape the company culture and lead employees towards attaining its objectives.

Let us look at the role of HR leaders in organizational transformation:

Talent Management

HR pros are the representatives of companies. They know a company’s vision, objectives, and mission. They play a significant role in talent acquisition, development, retention, performance planning and training. Hence, HR leaders deserve more value, given the skills they have in strategic talent management.

The HR department should give advice to the company directors on the measures that must be taken to acquire top talent and retain them.

HR leaders need to devise a viable strategy to maintains productivity in the long term. They have to come up with an effective plan regarding the recruitment of new talent as the company grows.

Shaping the Company Culture

HR leaders put in a lot of efforts in maintaining the company culture and communicating to employees the importance of working in alignment with the company goals. Besides this, they are also responsible for performance analysis. Companies rely on HR to monitor and minimize buddy punching, time wastage and general dragging of projects. They make sure that employees do not waste valuable time by setting up quality time tracking systems in the office.

Organizing the Company

Today, HR leaders are not anymore restricted to mere administrative tasks. They are making critical decisions such as determining the organizational structure that is a suitable company’s business model. HR leaders work to meet company goals. They are capable of demonstrating the value of an organization structure and the necessity to distribute roles to employees that are best suited.

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