Human Resource Interview

1134 WordsApr 8, 20025 Pages
Human Resource Management Interview BMGT 332-001 March 19, 2001 Contents I. Introduction...............................1 II. Organization Information...................1 III. Background Information.....................2 IV. Role of Human Resources....................3 V. Performance Appraisals.....................5 VI. Closing....................................6 VII. Works Cited................................7 Introduction Human resource management is part of the human resource approach, which is evidently geared to allow organizations to benefit in two significant ways: increasing in the organization 's effectiveness and satisfying all of the employee 's needs. Organizational goals and employee…show more content…
Therefore, Human Resources is the largest single component committed to acquiring the employee‘s complete satisfaction. "A happy worker makes for a hard worker" (Fulmer). Dealing with the most important issue facing restaurants across the country today, is the personalization of their eating atmosphere. Human resources control a lot of what the employee desires, and in turn, creates a warm, friendly effective service the customer desires. The importance of this task leads to another pressing issue: employee commitment. Mrs. Fulmer stated that it is very hard to maintain a committed staff in this industry. They strive to be compassionate towards their employee 's wants and needs by holding annual evaluations of the management itself. This allows the employee to give their input of things they believe would improve success in the years to come. The biggest and most difficult organizational problem Gordon Biersch 's human resource department has been faced with in the past five years, was the merging of the two companies in '99. They had to hurdle all the problems that arose with the policies, procedures, FMLA and ADA requirements. FMLA stands for the Family and Medical Leave Act. This act was enforced to grant family leave and medical leave under certain circumstances. The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) gives civil rights protections to individuals with disabilities
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