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It emphasizes costs in the form of 'headcounts' and places control firmly in the hands of management. Their role is to manage numbers effectively, keeping the workforce closely matched with requirements in terms of both bodies and behaviour. Its concerns are with communication and motivation. People are led rather than managed.
Hard and soft HRM
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Hard HRM vs Soft HRM
HRM is human resource management. Individual: Assisting staff with developing within your business. Organisational: Generating a successful system across your business. Career: Matching individuals with the right roles and career paths throughout your organisation. You can also take a hard or soft HRM approach. Hard HRM : The focus here is to identify workforce needs so you can recruit and manage as you need to including hiring staff, or making others redundant.
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Maps and models of HRM
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This research aims to answer the call for more empirical research on identity theory by exploring the role and impact of human resource management HRM policy, and the gap between HRM policy and practice, on organizations and their employees. It looks at the role that soft policy plays in obscuring hard practice and considers the impact of unions and HRM role on policy. This study uses survey data collected from the senior members of the HRM function in large Australian organisations. The research found a gap between policy and practice with soft policy being used more often than soft practice. It found that a gap between policy and practice has a negative impact on outcomes.