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identify human resource management’s role in role in the health care industry
Human Resources Management Roles Improving satisfaction and quality of services for patients is the primary goal of the human resources sector in the health care industry. [ Human resources management is one of the most important assets within an organization. The success and effectiveness of a business is connected with managing of the human resources department. The human resources
management role in the health care industry is not that different from the roles of other industries. Each employee is helped by the human resources department to understand his or duties within the health care setting. Human resources managers must maintain several roles from business to medical issues and demands encountered daily. ]
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