Recruiting, Human Capital, Human Resources: The Dehumanized Employee?


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Recently there was on LinkedIn and then on Best of HR – Berufebilder.de®.de an exciting discussion on vocabulary in recruiting. The shows: Who throws too fast with buzz words, dehumanizes his staff.

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Employees as insatiable tools?

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By Anne Schüller came recently a contribution, which was about the fact that far too many corporate cultures still aim to break the will of their employees.

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With o-tones such as "You have to break the young people's will when they are new to us" Schüller pointed to a frequent malady in Company attentively.

Treacherous word creations

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This was followed first by LinkedIn, and later by the blog, an exciting discussion about the treacherous word-making in the HR industry.

This is how Serap Lipinski, HR Manager Dirk Rossmann GmbH commented: The company success also depends on good employer branding. If the employer brand is not convincing, the company loses its long-term human capital and also its customers and partners.

Word of the year

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Immediately resistance arose. For example, Thomas Frühwein and Edda Cekinmez criticized the use of the word "human capital" as unattractive and less appreciative.

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The term was not inadvertently the word of the year.

The dehumanised employee

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Also author Anne Schüller intervened again in the discussion and brought the thing to the point: "Those who call their employees top performers or call them human capital dehumanizes them."

Be careful with fashion terms

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It turns out that just as a recruiter should be a little more cautious with supposedly hip fashion terms such as human capital - and not only because of the employer branding:

Too fast, these trend words gain an inhuman component - and that awakens unattractive historical associations.

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From Human Resources to Human Relations

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But even the term human resources bothers me personally for some time, he associates it but that you can grab people like a renewable resource and "nachzüchten" can.

Therefore, I would very much welcome the abbreviation HR soon to be no longer for Human Resources but for Human Relations, a suggestion I have recently read, in the context of a modern way of working. How do you see it?


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  1. Katharina Daniels

    Votiere for HR Human Relations, because that is what the company is all about
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  2. Anne M. Schüller

    About words - and why they are so dangerous - Exciting contributionej6fiaXBLH

    • Anne M. Schüller

      Clearly, I like human relations better. I will use from now so in my work.
      Anne Schüller

  3. MartinGaedt 44Questions

    RT @matsblog: About treacherous word creations of the # HR industry
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  4. Mats

    About traitorous word creations of the # HR industry
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  5. Stefan Döring

    @Berufebilder Whether human resources or relations matter: the attitude is important - Exciting contributioneOY5digyO6

    • Anne M. Schüller

      Dear Stefan Döring,

      I do not think so. Words, especially if you are used often enough, shape your thinking and behavior. And: behavior is always subject to peer pressure. This is exactly how trends and trends are created. Therefore, words must first be carefully considered and then chosen wisely.

      In addition, I have written a professional contribution, perhaps interesting for one or the other:

      Anne Schüller

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