Strategic Human Resource Management ( Shrm ) Essays

767 Words Sep 16th, 2016 4 Pages
Running Head: STRATEGIC HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

Strategic Human Resource Management
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Introduction and Purpose

In the 1990s, Strategic Human Resource Management (SHRM) became prominent in workplaces to help “manage and support long-term business goals and outcomes with a strategic framework” (Boxall, P.M., Mcmahan, G.C., 1992, p. 7). Some of its focuses are longer-term people issues and macro-concerns such as quality, culture and values. Strategic Human Resource Management is often compared to or confused with Human Resource Management (HRM), which involves recruiting and hiring the finest employees and providing them with employment packages (pay, benefits, training and growth). However, SHRM and HRM are both vital to the success of any business. Strategic Human Resource Management is important because it ensures that employees are utilizing their strengths in a team environment and to fulfill the mission and goals of the company. Human Resource Management is important because it ensures that employees are compensated for their skills, talents and abilities. The purpose of this literature review is to research about strategic human resources planning in order to stay current on the topic of Human Resource Management. As a student or worker in the human resources, it’s very important to stay current on possible changes and updates in the field. Compared to world and local news, one will be lost without staying current on Human Resource…

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