Human Resource Strategy : A Review

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Human Resource Strategy: A Review of the Literature Alyise Johnson University of Maryland University College April 27, 2015 Introduction Strategic Human Resource Management (SHRM) can be defined as the linking of human resources with strategic goals and objectives in order to improve business performance and develop organizational culture that fosters innovation, flexibility and competitive advantages. It is an approach to the development and implementation of Human Resource (HR) strategies that are integrated with business strategies and enable the organization to achieve its goals (Armstrong, 2000). For most organizations, HR is responsible for the recruitment and selection of personnel. Organizations often depend on their HR department to ascertain the appropriate talent to man available positions and clearly define the responsibilities of those positions, but are not limited to those standards. It is important that a company or organization maintain SHRM in order to address the wide range of organizational issues as they pertain to the many factors of managing human capital and getting the job done. When utilizing SHRM, HR transforms into a dynamic entity to ensure that benefits and policies are aligned to properly manage the practices of the entire organization. Because of this, the HR department is able to strategically support the entire organization by becoming a neutral decision maker in disputes and decisions across
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