Supervision of Human Resource Management during the Covid 19 Pandemic


  • Szelui Willy Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Debrecen, Hungary
  • Oerban Attelie Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Debrecen, Hungary



Human Resources, Management, Covid-19


Personnel management will demonstrate how businesses should recruit, develop, use, assess, and retain workers in terms of both amount (quantity) and kind (quality) The goal of this article is to implement a project assigned to one of the Entrepreneurship Courses during the Covid-19 Pandemic. The process of identifying and recruiting the personnel required by the company to become employees is known as recruitment. Vacancies, promotions, transfers, retirements, terminations, permanent disability, death, and labor turnover may need recruiting. A successful HR strategy requires the completion of many stages. Human Resource Planning (HRP) is a set of actions that a company does to anticipate future business and environmental needs. Human resource planning is required to fulfill the organization's requirements for specific jobs to be filled. The procedure includes identifying which jobs must be filled, the number of workers required, and when they will be required. In HR planning activities, job analysis has a tight connection with job analysis (Human Resources) Efforts to move and reorganize work activities in different groups are included in job design restructuring. Employee training is a long-term investment in workforce development that pays out handsomely. It's a technique/tool for executive management and growth.


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How to Cite

Willy, S., & Attelie, O. . (2021). Supervision of Human Resource Management during the Covid 19 Pandemic . International Journal Papier Public Review, 2(3), 8-14.