In this case study, I will investigate the advantages and disadvantage …show more content…
The first, the company must ensure they are in compliance with the large number of rules and regulations that govern personnel relations and management. Human resources expert possess the expertise in areas such as discriminatory practices and compensation laws. Without human resource department, the company might break regulations that might not have even known existed. In the process, the company can avoid costly fines and possibly even lawsuits while preserving the good reputation of the business.
The second, managers are in stress of finding qualified employees when positions open up. Rather than searching for candidates and interviewing them, managers can focus on their daily tasks and let the human resources department focus on the hiring process and background check. The hiring process is complex without human resource department.
The next, it’s difficult for the managers to micromanage each aspect of the company. The managers won't need to be as directly involved in time-consuming tasks such as recruitment, benefits package designing, developing and implementing personnel policies and procedures by adding a human resources department, nevertheless, the company can focus on other things such as increasing revenues and gaining market share.
Lastly, having a human resources department brings expertise that the company needs to grow and operate. Human resource specialists are trained in interviewing techniques, posting targeted