The formulation of HR policies for approval by top management should be a cooperative endeavor among managers, supervisors, and members of the HR staff. In some cases it may be important to have employees’ input.
Policy committees facilitate the pooling of experience and knowledge. Participation by operating managers is particularly important because they are often more familiar with the specific areas in which problems arise-and also because their cooperation is required for policy enforcement.
The manager and staff of the HR department have the responsibility for exercising leadership in formulating policies that are consistent with overall organizational objectives. They also must make certain that these policies are compatible with current economic conditions; collective bargaining trends; and laws and regulations at federal, state, and local levels.
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