Strategic Role Of Human Resource Management

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In the face of increasing competitive environment organisation needs to focus on the value of investing human resources as a major competitive advantage. It is important to set a HRM to meet those advantages to meet company’s objectives with the flexible environment. Schuler (1992) defines strategic human resource management as “the integration and adaption to ensure (1) human resource management is fully with the strategy and the strategic needs of the firm (2) HR polices cohere both across policy areas and across hierarchies; and (3) HR practices are adjusted, accepted and used by the line managers and employees as part of their every day work”
Strategic Human Resource Management By Rajib Lochan Dhar
The purpose of this report is to study the strategic role of human resource functions practiced in UK’s one of most known retail brand Marks & Spencer. The company has been performing consistently well since its commencement. The report also analysis human resource planning and the development methods used by the M&S, Finally examining how organisations contribute in achieving organisational objectives and requirements in performance.

Company Profile
Marks & Spencer also known as M&S established in 1894 in Leeds by Michael Marks and Thomas Spencer. It is one of UK’s leading retail brand and food chain which has over 700 stores in UK. And over 300 stores across more than 40 countries. It specials in selling stylish, high quality, great value clothing and home products as
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