Companies At Home And Abroad Compete, Not Only To Become

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Companies at home and abroad compete, not only to become bigger and even better, but employ the best labor force available. Some companies will even take extreme measures in order to be successful, and remain competitive. Global business offers companies to seek out and find the best employees available, even if this means hiring outside of their own country. Human Resource Management (HRM) continues to become more complex, as they try to keep up with the changing laws of every countries government, as well as developing competitive salary packages and training plans for new employees’, as well as their current employees. Moreover, businesses are struggling to keep their best employees as their competitors are offering different…show more content…
Specifically, Adecco has a responsibility to provide the employer with highly qualified and competent employees; failing to do, will jeopardize their business and cause an employer to question their creditably of providing temporary and permanent manpower. Furthermore, Adecco also has a responsibility to those who they hire, and provide new employees with a complete guide on the expectations of them, and the policy and procedures required by Adecco and the employer. These policies will provide the employee with key information on human resource programs. Such programs included in Adecco’s 2016 Employee Handbook are HR programs corresponding to recording time correctly, pay, medical coverage, reporting family illness under the Family Medical and Leave Act (FLMA), and Equal Employment Opportunity to ensure the workplace is and remains non-hostile and each person provides a different type of diversity and those who fail to provide one another with dignity is subject to termination. Human Capital Every employee provides a company with a different level of knowledge. Some employees have more education than others, and through the advancement of their education, they can learn with advanced training; just as those with a depth of work experience are an intangible capital. Part of determining the human capital is to consider the return on investment. Specifically, human capital is made up with learning, operating costs,
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