Human Resource Management (HRM) Essay by Peter Pen

Human Resource Management (HRM)
This paper discusses human resource management (HRM), an important function of business, especially in multinational enterprises.
# 62028 | 2,710 words | 11 sources | APA | 2005
Published on Nov 05, 2005 in Business (Human Resources)

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This paper explains that globally competent managers require a broader range of skills than traditional international managers including a global perspective, transition and adaptation skills and foreign experience. The author explains that human resource, whether in global or domestic environments, must have a clear view of the organization's scope, scale, size and general vision of the future needs of the organization; it must motivate employees and serve as a structure for allocating resources. This paper defines strategic human resource's management as the linking of human resources with strategic goals and objectives to improve business performance and develop organizational cultures that foster innovation and flexibility.

Table of Contents
Human Resource's Vision in the Global Environment
Communication in the Global Environment
Human Resource Competitiveness in the Global Environment
Human Resource Global Strategies
How Much Global Influence is Necessary?
Business and Diversity in the Global Environment
Recruiting, Developing and Retaining Qualified Employees

From the Paper:

"Because of the advancement in technology, HR is able to advance and take advantage of the information explosion. Information technology has change human resources here in the United States and abroad. Perhaps, the most central use of technology in human resources management is an organization's human resources information system (HRIS). It provided current and accurate data for the purpose of control and decision-making; in this sense, it moves beyond simply storing and retrieving information to include broader application such as producing reports, forecasting human resources needs, strategic planning, and evaluating human resource's policies and practices."

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