Human Resources

In developing HR management policies, organizations will have practices that can be reviewed and converted into policies. All employers, must comply with federal legislation relating to employment and workplaces, therefore HR management policies and practices must take into account the government regulations. While legislation provides the framework, the interpretation of legislation will be through law. Both legislation and case law will need to be referenced for a complete picture of what is required of employees at Narmineh Gostar Natanz.

Getting the right people

Recruiting individuals to fill positions is the most critical HR management function undertaken whether the person is being recruited from within or outside the company. Committed, motivated, and qualified employees will help the organization achieve its vision and goals. The recruitment process begins by defining the job, seeking a pool of qualified individuals, selecting the best individual for the position, and finally orienting the individual to the position and to the organization
When we hire, promote or transfer an employee it is making a commitment to that person. As such, Narmineh Gostar Natanz is obligated to ensure that the individual has all reasonable opportunity to perform the job satisfactorily; the goal is to recruit, select and orient the most suitable individuals to the organization.

Employee legislation

The intent of HR management policies is to create a workplace where:

- It can be assured that minimum legal requirements are being met
- Best practices appropriate to the organization can be documented and implemented
- Management decisions and action are consistent, uniform and predictable
- Individuals and the organization are protected from the pressures of expediency
- Organization values are promoted

Managing employees at work

A fundamental of good management is that all employees know what to do, how well they are performing and what they need to learn in order to do a better job. Setting clear performance targets and expectations, ensuring employees get objective feedback on their performance and have a personal development plan, will drive more effective individual behaviour and enhance organization performance.
Building workplace relationships supports commitment by staff to the organization and to their work. These Standards will help to build a work environment that encourages individual excellence and satisfaction balanced with the needs of the organization.

Work place legislation

A healthy workplace takes into consideration the physical, environmental, intellectual, emotional, occupational and mental health of employees with the aim of balancing workplace responsibilities with personal/family/community responsibilities. Wellness promotion does not just benefit individuals; organizations with healthy cultures are productive workplaces that attract, retain and motivate healthy employees. 
As Canada becomes an increasingly diverse country, it is important to establish diverse and inclusive workplaces. Ensuring that the workplace is reflective of the community and clients that the organization serves is part of creating a healthy workplace. 

Training and development

In today’s fast paced and decentralized world of work it is expected that our employees in many cases must act independently in carrying out their duties. Organizations must ensure that employees have the necessary knowledge and skills required to complete their tasks effectively and efficiently.
Learning, training and development activities are the planned, continuous effort within our organization to improve employee competency levels and organizational performance. Learning can include a variety of approaches including structured training courses, mentoring, coaching, job shadowing, peer exchanges, or self-directed learning.
A systematic program of learning, training and development blends the needs of the organization with the needs and aspirations of individual employees. The aim is to improve organizational performance and to engage employees in their career development.