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Strategic Human Resource Management and Organizations
A literature review to discover the factors that shape strategic human resource management (SHRM).
# 106843 | 3,400 words | 50 sources | APA | 2008 | US
Published on Aug 15, 2008 in Business (Human Resources)


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Description:

This paper explains that, although human resource management is not a new field, strategic human resource management (SHRM) has changed the role of human resources from being supportive to being a strategic part of the organization.The author points out that the core issues of SHRM are recruiting and hiring new employees, training and education of existing employees, motivating and retaining employees, compensation and benefits, workplace laws and regulations, diversity management, succession planning and finally the challenge in finding just the right combination for the specific company. The paper identifies salient literature relating to each of these factors

Table of Contents:
Introduction
Recruiting and Hiring New Employees
Training and Education of Employee
Motivating the Workforce
Compensation and Benefits
Diversity, Workplace Laws and Regulations
Succession Planning
Conclusion

From the Paper:

"A periodic evaluation will also help determine if any trends of worker burn out or disillusionment in the employee. When new positions and jobs open up within organizations, managers and supervisors that advertise this position should have a clear expectation of the needs of the position and the long-term viable options that the position will provide to the success of the goals and missions of the organization. Training is also needed to ensure that new workers are not overwhelmed by the task expected of them."

Sample of Sources Used:

  • ACKERS, P., MARCHINGTON, M., WILKINSON, A. & GOODMAN, J. (1992) The use of cycles? explaining employee involvement in the 1990s. Industrial Relations Journal, 23, 268-283.
  • ALTMAN, D. (2002) Blunt Portrait drawn of the U.S. work force in 2020. The New York Times. New York.
  • BARRINGTON, T. W. (2004) Benchmarking or performance measurement: Which is right for your plant? Plant Engineering., 58, 54-57.
  • BEEHR, T. A., IVANITSKAYA, L., HANSEN, C. P., EROFEEV, D. & GUDANOWSKI, D. M. (2001) Evaluation of 360 degree feedback ratings: Relationships with each other and with performance and selection predictors. Journal of Organizational Behavior, 22, 775.
  • BOZIONELOS, N. (2004) Mentoring provided: Relation to mentor's career success, personality, and mentoring received. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 64, 24-46.

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