What is Liaison in Industries? What is the use for HR in Liaison? - CiteHR
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Kindly explain about Liaison and What is the use for HR in Liaison.
You need to understand first the dictionary meaning of word "liaison".
Liaison means communication or cooperation which facilitates a close working relationship between people or organizations. When you say that you are in to liaison or in to liaisoning, this means you are an intermediary. You are a mediator or middleman or representative, agent. You are a link.
Now the question on liaison in HR.
In HR, you deal with people. You deal with Human Resource. So you are a link between your department i.e. company and the Human Resource you have. You are an intermediary, you are a mediator, you are a middlemen or representative or agent.
In HR you also deal with various other agencies - statutory or non-statutory.
Statutory agencies are various government departments dealing with HR as well HR related laws commonly known as Labour and Industrial Laws.
Non-statutory agencies such as placement agents, HR outsource service and various vendors who provide you services in regard to health,safety, welfare etc. measures to your Human Resource.
Hope I answered your query.

Thank you sir for ur valuable information
Hi Johnpalayathan,
Most importantly liasoning is an indispensable activity.As suggested by senior colleague here it forms a crux act for HR as well as Admin.
Many organizations hire liasoning executives for dealing with Statutory bodies,where as internal liasoning is done by HRs.

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