Human resources can be an indispensable element in any organization.
On the other hand, through bureaucracy and stagnation, human resources can also hold some businesses back.
Four signs you it might be time to fire your human resources people:
They always agree with management.
The best HR people are not rubber stamps for management. It might be right for a manager’s ego, but a human resources person who always agrees with management is far from doing their job.
The purpose of HR is to support the business, but there are times when business practices are wrong, or worse. There are moments when a human resources professional must speak up, regardless of the popularity of the practice.
Be careful when you realize your HR person never says no to management. They may not have the true interests of the company in mind.
They are too strict with the rules.