Test Bank For Human Resource Management V2.0 by Laura Portolese
Developing and Implementing HRM Strategic Plans
- The first human resource department was created in 1901 by The National Cash Register Company (NCR).
- Personnel management emphasized the aim of achieving strategic goals through people.
- The Ulrich HR model started the movement toward viewing HR as a functional area.
- Once implemented, a good strategic plan cannot be adjusted to suit the changing trends in the internal or external factors affecting the company.
- The HRM strategic plan represents the major objectives an organization wants to achieve.
- Every stage of the organizational lifecycle requires a different HRM strategy.
- A SWOT analysis does not apply at the level of departmental performance.
- Even if a company does not have an HR department, management should still develop HRM strategic plans and HR plans.
- Developing programs to meet the training needs of an organization occurs in the fourth part of the HRM plan.
- A staffing plan is an inventory of all current employees along with their educational level and abilities.
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