Human Resources Strategy

Human Resources Strategy
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Introduction
You need a strategy for managing people - but what should it include? What's meant by soft and hard HRM? Why do strategies fail? This is illustrated using examples drawn…
Case Study 1 - HR Objectives and Strategy in Action
Part 1: Blakeway LTD. Case studies of companies with two very different approaches to human resource management. At the Blakeway manufacturing company the managing director thinks motivation is mainly about…
Case Study 2 - HR Objectives and Strategy in Action
Part 2: Genral Mills UK. Case studies of companies with two very different approaches to human resource management. At General Mills UK, marketer of famous brands like Betty Crocker and…
Voices from the HR Department
Four managers in four very different companies explain the challenge of human resources management - from recruiting and mentoring people to disciplining and sacking them. Examples include Sainsbury's supermarket and…

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