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Please, respond to the below classmate discussion posts. (125 words each)
The response is not an evaluation of their discussion posts. You must agree with their post and add new information on your response regarding the topic in discussion. (No citation needed)
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Discussion 1
Elizabeth Casey
The Human Resource Department has grown from a small department that only dealt with the hiring and firing of employees and working a payroll system, to now, especially with the use of technology, has grown into a major part of a business. They can perform duties such as recruitment and retention, develop compensation plans, and staffing and training plans. With the use of today’s technology this has helped change the landscape if the HR department. “Many industries have undergone tremendous change over the last several years due to evolving technology, new employment regulations and younger, more diverse workers”, (“The Changing Role of HR in Today's Workforce”, (n.d.).
With the development of the Human Resource Information System (HRIS) this has made it easier for companies to store employee data, manage payroll, recruitment, benefits administration, time and attendance, employee performance management, and tracking competency and training records. From a managerial perspective they can focus more on developing a working relationship with each of their employees and help guide these employees to perform the duties they were hired for rather than put the majority of their focus into making sure all paper work if filed co
The era that I selected is Pre 1990. Many HR organizations were almost entirely focused on personnel administration. This was due in part to the sheer amount of time required to manage administrative HR processes before the widespread implementation of HR automation technology. In fact, prior to 1990 many HR organizations were not even called “human resources.” Instead, they had titles such as Office of Personnel Administration or Personnel Department. The focus of HR in this generation was on how to efficiently process employee paperwork” (Hunt, 2015).

The Changing Role of HR in Today's Workforce. (n.d.). Retrieved May 25, 2020, from https:
Hunt, S. (2015, July 23). The Role of Technology in the Evolution of HR. Retrieved May 25, 2020, from https:
Discussion 2
Mariah Vazquez
Technology has changed every business function, including HR.  The development of Human Resource Information Systems (HRIS) and related technology has caused many previous HR processes and practices to become obsolete, such as recruiting.
            In the era before the Internet, the most common and popular way to recruit was through job fairs.  Job fairs are conducted in large venues where employers have booths and talk to talent to raise awareness of the company and collect resumes.  According to HR professionals, today, this is an extremely ineffective way to hire talent (O’Donnell, 2019).  However, this is not to say that job fairs are entirely useless in raising awareness about a company; rather, by itself, it is not an excellent way to find, select, and hire talent.  Thus, recruiters have begun to cast na
ower nets because job fairs are crowded, competitive, and difficult to differentiate in (Tieu, 2014).  Online recruiting tools have started to replace job fairs largely.
            Online recruiting tools are much more efficient and effective in recruiting talent. LinkedIn, Zip Recruiter, Indeed, Monster, etc. are some of the different platforms an HR recruiter can utilize to make recruiting efforts more targeted and automated.  Rather than going through the process of renting a booth at a job fair and hoping the right talent will walk by the booth, online recruiting tools allow recruiters to pinpoint what they are looking for and automated processes to notify them about candidates who meet the description.
O'Donnell, R. (2019, May 20). Do career fairs still have value? Retrieved May 26, 2020, from https:
Tieu, T. (2015, July 24). College Career Fairs Are Obsolete. Retrieved May 26, 2020, from https:
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Abhishek answered on May 30 2021
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Hi Elizabeth Casey,
Your discussion is presenting the role of human resource management in terms of the recruitment of new employees in the organization. It also fosters the involvement of the HRM in the adoption of development graphs in the company. With the adoption of a detailed view of this discussion part, it can be added that I agree with the fact, which is presented in this...

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