The article discusses the importance of integrating human beings into a
collective group from an early age, the impact factors and the role of the employer to
integrate a new employee, so that there is productivity and winnings on both parties.
Everything begins in childhood, when the family is the decisive factor regarding the
child’s social integration. Afterwards, during adolescence, the family remains the
main educational agent that conveys to the youth the society’s fundamental ideas,
values and concepts. Finally, the teenager matures, and s/he must be given all the
resources needed to be able to integrate into the workplace, to obtain favourable
outcomes in terms of labour productivity. This is where the HR department
intervenes. The Human Resources department plays a key role in professional
employee integration because HR is a strategic partner of the company's leadership, a
link of collaboration between employee and employer; therefore, responsible for the
integration of new employees. One of the most important factors in a company with a
high productivity goal is the relationship between people. The way in which people's
relationships unfold in one way or other rests on the efficiency of the company and on
the labour productivity.