Towards HRM? A Case Study from Banking
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HRM has been much talked about and written about in recent years. For some, it heralds a new age where human resource issues at last become significant in the consideration of business strategy, and HR practitioners at last attain a place in the sun. However, much of the debate has been conducted in purely theoretical terms covering HRM definitions and meanings. But, what is happening on the ground? Are HRM ideas changing policies? Are policies translated into practice? This case study seeks to critically examine the development of HR strategy in a bank. The experience suggests that whilst HR type policies are being implemented, the outcomes can by no means be taken for granted.
Research & Practice in Human Resource Management
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