The paper "Department of Employment in the Australian Government " is a good example of a management report. The success of an organization is dependent on its ability to use different resources effectively. Human resource is one such important area that determines the long-term success of the business. This paper looks at evaluating the important human resource plays in organizational capability, in talent management and the manner in the linkage between the different human resource functions will ensure smooth functioning of the organization. The paper evaluates the manner in which the Department of Employment; Australia uses different human resource functions to improve talent management and improve effectiveness in human resource management strategies.
The paper provides background information about the working of the Department of Employment. This is followed by using different sources which would provide a literature review associated with human resource management working. The paper then provides the different issues that the Department of Employment faces followed by the findings and recommendations. This would thereby help to improve the linkage between the different human resource functions and would provide better effectiveness in the working mechanism.
As a result, the different organizational capabilities will be understood and the manner in which it can be improved so that human resource capabilities improve will be understood. Background Department of Employment which assists the Australian government in creating job opportunities and developing a better working environment has been successful in achieving its objectives. Department of Employment has been able to create many job opportunities in Australia and has transformed the lives of people. Despite strong results, the Department of Employment has not been able to generate the required job opportunities due to a lack of a proper talent management program.
In addition to it, the rising age of people and low participation of women in the work culture has thereby impacted the overall human resource working mechanism.
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