Human Resources And Human Resource Management

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Human Resources Defined As a Salon Owner you may have heard the term Human Resources as these departments started showing up in small to large companies in the late 1960’s. The purpose of these departments was to have specialists that advised their Corporate Management staff on everything from hiring to performance management. Normally the department would be headed up by a person who was qualified, experienced and had formal education in Human Resource Management from an accredited college or university. Larger corporations often have an HR Executive, usually reporting directly to the President. This position is responsible for the oversight of the HR Department and has staff members called HR Generalists to assist in supporting the…show more content…
It is our intention, in this section of this manual, to educate you on how you can hire effectively, maintain a positive and productive work environment and to provide you with a general awareness of the state and federal laws that affect your business. Disclaimer It is not the intention of Stylogix, Inc. to give you the Salon Owner any general or legal advice as it pertains to the laws of employment of your staff members, as they pertain to hiring, wages and compensation, employee warnings and terminations, benefits, etc. These vary from state to state and it is always best to consult with an attorney or other professionals who are qualified to advise you in these areas. If at any time, any policy (or suggestion), procedure, rule or regulation of this Stylogix manual is in conflict with, or in violation of, any Federal, State, County or City law, those laws will govern and your policy should be changed accordingly. Open Door Policy Many companies incorporate an “open door” policy for any questions, concerns or ideas an employee may have regarding issues that may affect their work. This policy states that “open communication” is welcomed and not discouraged. It is our belief that each of our Salon Owners should set up similar policies stated both verbally and in writing to all of their employees. This simply means that should your employees have any concerns they
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