Case study: the changing role of HRM

Gill Christy

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    The human resource management (personnel) profession has evolved to encompass a wide range of activities that surround the management of people in organisations. Its relationship with the subject of organisational behaviour is similar to that between engineering and mathematics; the one is a necessary foundation for the practical activities which form the other. Most managers have to manage staff-related issues (along with budgets, processes, etc.) and the HR function should be there in some form to provide the necessary professional expertise to do so effectively (and ensure the organisation does not find itself on the wrong end of an employment tribunal case). HRM is thus an important support activity and as organisations grow, so, in most cases, does the HR department.
    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationManagement and organisational behaviour
    EditorsL. Mullins
    Place of PublicationHarlow
    PublisherFinancial Times Prentice Hall
    Number of pages3
    ISBN (Print)9780273708889
    Publication statusPublished - 2007


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