Human Resources Management: Case Study

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Human Resources Management: Case Study
Introduction
Human resources management (HRM) is a discipline in flux. After more than two decades of boom times—dating from the early 1980s to the 2008 global recession, HRM is changing its orientation from staffing for growth and competitive advantage to downsizing for cost reductions. In this environment, it is easy for businesses to forget HRM’s strategic potential and to treat employees not as valued assets but as liabilities that must be curtailed to preserve profitability.
This essay focus on the HRM practices of a chosen company. Livingston Electrical Associates is an electrical contracting and engineering firm headquartered in New York City. The company, founded and run by Daniel Livingston,...
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