The field of Human Resource Management

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The model was chosen because it covers the SWOT analysis, a focus on the training on teams for fostering a more participatory organizational culture, Training programs for the HR group Promotion amp. recruitment within the company, Performance related pay (PRP) amp. Annual bonus which is related to company performance, Individual Development and feedback, and finally Performance Appraisals. These points were the recommendations made to address the HRM problems identified in the case. The recommendation was adapted from the work of existing scholars such as Kotter, and Gilbreath.The field of human resource (HR) management is one of the many interesting areas of research that has witnessed a paradigm shift within the last few decades (Huselid, A. M., 1995Doty amp.Delery 1996). Within this area of research, an increasing body of literature contains the argument that, high-performance work practices, including comprehensive employee’s recruitment, selection procedures, incentives compensation and performance management systems, and extensive employee’s involvement and training can improve the knowledge, skills and abilities of firms (Huselid, A. M., (1995), Doty amp.Delery (1996).Today, with the increasing researchers desires to demonstrate the importance of an effective human resource policy on organisation performance research has shifted from a micro level that previously dominated research interest to a more general, strategic macro level (Huselid, A. M., 1995, Doty amp.Delery 1996). The term human resource management is not new. It has been widely used by scholars and managers to refer to the set of policies designed to maximize organizational integration, employee commitment, flexibility and quality of work (Huselid, A. M., 1995, Doty amp.Delery 1996)