HRM and Corporate Governance Research Paper by Thumbelina
HRM and Corporate Governance
A look at how human resource management (HRM) contributes to sound corporate governance.
# 69021 | 2,462 words | 27 sources | MLA | 2005 |
Published on Sep 26, 2006 in Business (Human Resources)
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The purpose of this paper is to identify and define the main features of human resource management (HRM) and to then discuss how these contribute to sound corporate governance. Human resource management can be defined as the planning, administering and reviewing of activities with staff selection, training and development, conditions of employment and other human resource issues within organisations.
From the Paper:"A poorly designed and worded job advertisement will attract unsuitable candidates and may also get the organisation into legal problems for discrimination. A well-worded job advertisement will attract suitably skilled applicants with the best personal attributes and skills for the position. Should the candidates research the organisation and find it to be sound in terms of corporate governance, they are more likely to accept the position than if the corporate governance was not sound. Therefore sound corporate governance can help an organisation to secure the most suitable staff. "
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