Managing Human Resources: Small versus Large Organizations
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Managing Human Resources: Small versus Large Organizations


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One of these three criteria determines the size of the company the number of employees the volume if not the amount of transaction in dollars and the size of a companys assets (Graubner, 2006). No matter the size, as determined by the criteria mentioned the need or the reason for managing Human Resource of a company remains the same. The only difference is the creative way of managing human resources with the available resource a particular company can provide. The size of the company determines the type of resources that will be made available to the human resource department. More often than not, a healthy proportion of human resource generalist versus the number of employee is defined in terms of the constant need for visibility of the human resource department (Mathis Jackson, 2007).

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