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Dear All Greetings!!! I want to know is it a part of job of HR people to transfer all information of employees to management. Is it a part of HR Job?
From India, New Delhi
please answer my question raised? As i want to know whether it is a part of job to supply all information of employees to boss? Regards Seema
From India, New Delhi
Yes transferring employee information to management is one of the activities of HR. However, in a rather organized and intuitive manner. Information that is crucial to know performance and necessary for decision-making.
From India, Secunderabad
Yes, it is assumed and expected often from HR Authority to act as a mediator between the management and the employees. It is indeed a part of activities or rather duty of HR Authority to do so.
Especially in small organization where employee strength is not more than 100, to act as a mediator is implied condition on HR. This does not neglect the fact that in big organizations also, somewhere down the line, Hr Authority acts a mediator.
This mediator act comes into picture as the HR person is in direct interaction with the management as well as the employees. hence, it is comfortable as well as convenient from both the ends to interact through a middle man.
Hence, I would like to conclude the answer, by saying that yes, it is a part of job for HR people to communicate information vital to the management through them (HR Authorities).
I hope this clarifies your doubts.

From India
Hi Seema
It is the duty of HR Officials to appraise the employees & report the same to management, which would be considered for annual manpower report. HR will apparaise whether the employees stick on to the Code of Conduct & HR regulation, but not more than that. However the reality is HR monitors employees personal affairs too, inorder to blow it to management & to have control on emplyees

From India, Chennai
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