Before describing the HRM model, it is important to define the assumptions and attitudes towards HRM and strategy, which the model is based on. The objective is to ensure a critical evaluation of the model and to decide whether the entire model, or maybe only certain elements, can be used in the specific organisation.
The model provides a framework for a HR strategy process and splits the process into seven steps. It is not significant whether the model is applied in a specific organisation, in an exact manner or in an adapted version. The importance is to use the same framework consistently throughout the organisation. When all sections/managers work strategically based on the Continue reading “The Basics Of The Hrm-model”