strategic human resource management

Definition

Proactive management of the employees of a company or organization. Strategic human resource management includes typical human resource components such as hiring, discipline, and payroll, and also involves working with employees in a collaborative manner to boost retention, improve the quality of the work experience, and maximize the mutual benefit of employment for both the employee and the employer.

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  • The strategic human resource management was excellent as all employees reported high job satisfaction which in turn affected many aspects of the company.

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  • The strategic human resource management team was working around the clock to make sure that everything was in order and everyone was happy.

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  • You should try and have a good strategic human resource management team on your side that can keep your employees happy.

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