Managing human resources is defined as the functions that an HR manager needs to perform with respect to the organization's employees. Managing human resources includes the following observations, but is not only limited to this following:
training and allocation of resources utilized in the company by its employees,
providing specific direction, mission, vision, and goals of the company to its employees
developing an enriching environment in which employees may choose motivation and contribution towards the company,
Supplying also asking in some situations for the metrics that tell the employees how successfully they are performing for the company as well as for a healthy competition within the employees of the firm,
Presenting opportunities for both formal and informal development of its employees in the firm,
Training successful contribution and performance development through performance Management System,
Creating an example in work ethics, and empowerment of its employees worthy of being emulated by others within or outside the organization,
leading organization hard work to listen to and serve clientele,
supervision the performance management system,
challenging the employees to preserve momentum, and removing obstacles that affect the employee's progress.
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