Management Consulting, Management Development, Transformation, Project Management
Send me your comments... I feel there are several areas where HR fails.
1. HR Professionals fail to see the business
2. There is no clear line of work for the HR person. He keeps himself busy printing out appraisals, payroll, etc. He really doesn't see where his interface with the organization adds value...
Do you see any more?

From United States, Daphne
i had read the article. I can make this conclusion: - HR can`t allign the business goal with the correct program to support
From Indonesia, Tangerang
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From India, Mumbai
Pritha Pandey

I think HR fails because many times they have to act only like puppet od mgmnt and can’t take their own decisions.
From India, New Delhi
No specific role is defined for HR professional.. today anyone can become HR.. not matter he is finance, electrical, market or personal management degree holder..
From India, Ghaziabad
General Manager- HR
HR fails to make the line management personnel realize and accept that HR in respect of their own personnel, is their direct responsibility. But in India, by and large, the line personnel donot accept this part of the role because they do not want unnecessary headaches attached to it. If you wish to see HR function like an orchastra, one should see some good European company functioning in Europe. There manpower being a scarce and costly resource HR is valued very highly and the HR processes are owned and cared for by the line managers as far as their own people are concerned.

HR never fails.
HR is far more than just handling your basic HR job responsibilities.
It is an approach where you are managing the company to generate maximum output from the current available resources.
If you are working with a new venture, then you may just end up doing the leave calculations, appraisals, taking printouts.
But if you are working in a good company , then the responsibility adds up. This may require to have the knowledge of what is happening in the other dep’ts too, i.e. outside the HR dep’t.
Sometimes you need to bridge the gaps, keep a check with line managers so that everything is in place, talent management, give valuable contribution to change management etc.

From India, Pune

Dear All,

If we believe HR fails then it is our own failure.

In my opinion HR never fails. But you will appreciate the fact that HR deals with the most complex thing in the company (HUMAN RESOURCE).

Everyday we see so many HR professionals interacting professionally in this Forum. They share valuable inputs, insights, clarifications and matters practiced in their respective organisations.

HR constantly faces challenges on various facets such as Recruitment, Compensation, Welfare, Administration, Statutory matters, Retention, Industrial relations, Training, Talent retention, Employee Development and we emerge successfully each and every day.

If one restricts HR's role to mundane clerical job it is so. On the other hand if the same person feels that he decides the future of the company (Providing the right resource - Employees). Good employees can build strong organisations and it can be vice versa if the employees are bad.

Here I would like to cite the fact that Mr.VRS. Natarajan, CEO of BEML is a HR professional. So it all depends on how you perceive your role.



From India, Madras
In my opinion, HR fails, when other people just take it for granted, they seek Hr just to full fill the manpower gap and to manage certain paper formalities.
But it is again in the hands of Hr personnel how importantly he seeks his/her position in the organisation.
Always match the hr strategies with the organisation goals.
Sonia Mehta

From India, Delhi

HR Manager
I thonk that all that who think that HR fails in developing business value to the organisation ,
They really not familer to the Real HR practiceis . The must go for new innovation in this sector
to beautyfy the HR in all terms.
All the best
have a nice time
Regards ,

From India, Ambala

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