The Criminal Justice System
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This paper explains that the utilization of private business standards, such as human resource management (HRM), in traditional hierarchical public systems can improve greatly communication, job design, leadership and supervision. The author points out that the development of HRM, which elicits the improvement of technology utilization within the field, is not only a matter of employee expectations but also is demanded by the community to improve the ability to protect and serve the public. The paper stresses that HRM will likely be one of the strongest tools of change in the field of corrections especially in the area of training new and old team members to improve their function and motivation.
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