Human Resources Development in Business

HR development is designed to give you the information you need to adapt to an organisations culture, traditions and processes in order to do your job effectively; in the same way a captain would recruit a new team member and offer them the development plan they need to not only fit in but be effective and successful.  When you build and develop an individual you are improving the team and therefore the potential results and this should be happening throughout businesses worldwide.

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The purpose or aim of Human Resources Development is to grow, build and strengthen a team, employee and or career. The process begins upon hiring an individual and then continues throughout that employee’s life-cycle within the organisation.

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When you join a business or team you come with different level of skills and experience and based on length of service, previous organisations and training. This is where Human Resources Development is vital throughout businesses and can change your career and potential; this brings success to the wider team and business as well as boasting morale. Many employee’s such as yourself will enter a business with basic skills and/knowledge and will have to be provided training. This should be catered and suitable to yourself and each individual dependent on experience and previous knowledge.

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Continued development in Human resources is therefore essential as the purpose will be to strengthen the overall team and grow your career.

This could be through developing on your experience already or through new training, strategies and processes.

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Human resources development comes in different forms and starts from when you start employment and throughout the duration of your employment within the business. On the job training is the most common forms of human resources development which includes job shadowing, online education and compliance training. Succession planning and performance reviews are also effective processes then can affect your career and the business.

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Development is one of the most, if not the most important part of any team and business to improve engagement, retention and employee satisfaction. It increases productivity and profitability as it has a proven significant impact on a business. Businesses therefore need to investment and promote innovative performance by facilitating various learning practices.

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 Blog written by: Amy Noon, HR Recruitment Consultant at Williams Kent Ltd
29th March 2018

 

Tags: development , Development Plan , Employee Relations , Employee Retention , HR , Organisational Culture , Recruitment , Team Categories: Uncategorized

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