The Role of a Manager within the Functional Areas of Business
A manager is someone who coordinates and oversees the work of other people so that organizational goals can be accomplished. In a sense helping other do their work. In business, the functional area are management, law, human resources, leadership, accounting, finance, economics, research, operations manager, marketing and strategic planning. (University of Phoenix,2013).Although a manager role is important in all those aspect in the functions of a business, We will take a closer look at the human resources manager and the project manager as they tend in a business.
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The economy downturn has left many company having to reduce the number of employees which has impacted The HRM because most of the time they are the ne who have to release those employees. They also have to deal with labor unions which is an organization that represents workers and seeks to protect their interests through collective bargaining. HRM have to be aware of the government regulations depending in the country they are in. For example in the Us they have to know about HIPAA and OSHA while in Cote dIvoire there is no HIPAA or OSHA law to deal with.
The HRM is important to the functional of a business because they are the one who recruit and place employees at the right job for the company advancement. All managers need to have a human resources skill because they also have to do interviews, hiring firing and performance review. Once the human resources have recruited qualify employees another important role in the function a business is
The operation project manager has he make sure that the work of those employees is well coordinated.
Operations Management (OM) deals with the design and management of products, processes, services and supply chains. It considers the acquisition, development, and utilization of resources that firms need to deliver the goods and services their clients want.
The survey of OM ranges from strategic to tactical and operational levels. Representative strategic issues include determining the size and location of manufacturing plants, deciding the structure of service or telecommunications networks, and designing technology supply chains.
Tactical issues include plant layout and structure, project management methods, and equipment selection and replacement. Operational issues include production scheduling and control, inventory management, quality control and inspection, traffic and materials handling, and...