Google's Human Resource Management Strategy

2456 Words Feb 3rd, 2018 10 Pages
has grown to become larger than McDonald's, Disney and General Motors combined, and current trends indicate that the company is well situated for continued growth in the future as well. This company did not achieve this impressive level of growth by ignoring its most valuable asset, though, and Google's human resource management strategy has become the focus of an increasing number of human resource researches interested in identifying best industry practices that can be applied elsewhere. This paper provides a review of the relevant literature to determine how Google has aligned its human resources to support its business strategy and improve its financial performance is followed by an examination of the company's legal and regulatory environment's impact on human capital management. An evaluation of Google's hiring and employee retention strategies is followed by suggestions for a training and development program that would be appropriate for Google's management team. An evaluation of Google's compensation strategy is followed by an examination concerning how Google can gain a competitive advantage by adopting a diversity strategy in its employee base. Finally, a recommended human capital strategy for Google is followed by a summary of the research and important findings concerning the above issues in the conclusion. Review…
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