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*Sk. Wasim Akram, Regd. No.: 10JC1E0047, MBA IV Semester, Dept. of Business Administration, DJRIET, Vijayawada. E-mail: ** N. Jnana Prasanna, Regd.No.:10ME1E0019, MBA IV Semester, Dept. of Business Administration, RCE Eluru. E-mail:


In the past, HR was the administration unit.

The HR employees filled many forms, and they were responsible for the compliance of the personnel administration with the legislation.
Today, the role HR in the modern organization is purely strategic. The administrative HR processes are eliminated to specialized organizations and HR Professionals focus on the strategic agenda of the company.

HR monitors the market, and it brings evolving best practices in the area of human capital management.
HR focuses on the development of leaders in the organization. HR understands the key business processes and improves their quality by delivering skilled employees.

Positive aspects of Roles and Functions of the Human Resource

Planning in the Organization

Recruitment of Employees

Improvement of Compensation Packages

Negative Aspects of Functions and Roles of the Human Resource

Problems in Planning

Problems in Recruitment

Problems in Remuneration

Strategies to Improve Human Resource Departments Value to the Organization

Training and Internships

Making Better Use of Time

Improving Organizational Culture

HR Manager Roles and Responsibilities

Tough HR Responsibilities

HR Strategic Roles in Modern Organization

Workforce Management as HR Role

Internal Equity as HR Role and Responsibility

HR Manager Roles and Responsibilities(Contd.)

Organizational Effectiveness as HR Role

Cost Management as HR Role

HR Role in Globalization

Business Partner as HR Role

HR Role in Strategic Planning

Future strategies inculcating HR managers spirit

HR managers need to develop the following aspects:

Future strategies inculcating HR managers spirit. (Cont.)

Learn from an external agent

Attention to culture and values

Promote managerial effectiveness


A large number of HRD managers are not professionally qualified to handle HR roles HRD managers of today do very little human resource development and do a lot of personnel administration, including estate management and welfare activities. A large part of their time is spent on recruitment, performance appraisals, compensation surveys, administration and management.


The characteristics they seem to share include their role-making behavior rather than role-taking, their ability to see the big picture and integrate themselves and their intervention with the business they serve; their ability to develop others, their sensitivity to behavioral science, their willingness to shift roles, their networking competencies, their aptitude to learn and their cosmopolitan outlook.


International Journals of human Resource Studies (published by Macrothink Institute USA, Volume 1, Issue 2, July 2011) International Journal of Innovation & Human Resources Management (Al-Anoud Center for Training & Consultations (ACTC), Volume 12, No 1, Nov 2011)

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