HR in Fiction
According to this review on Amazon
In A. B. Yehoshua's "A Woman in Jerusalem," a local newspaper publishes a scathing article in which a reporter denounces the owner of a commercial bakery for not missing one of his employees when she no longer shows up for work. It turns out that this individual was a cleaning lady who was killed in a terrorist bombing. The eighty-seven year old owner is mortified and conscience stricken by what he considers his company's dereliction of duty. He calls in his human resources manager and tells him to do whatever he can to set things right.
It seems apt to use a Human Resources Manager for this story since HR usually is the one responsible for dealing with complex human related crises.
If you know of any other works of fiction that feature HR please email them to my attention.