Identify and analyze the relationship between organization's HR strategies and performance outcomes in the attached Buller & McEvoy (2012) article. The number of words is not limited (required around 800, but you may ignore).© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com September 23, 2018, 11:59 pm ad1c9bdddf - https://brainmass.com/business/business-management/hr-strategy-and-performance-outcomes-548656
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Very few individuals truly understand the role that HR plays in the success of an organization. Within a small and a large organization, HR Departments are responsible for a variety of tasks. The tasks assigned to HR Departments are dependent on the size of an organization, the expertise of the HR personnel, and the overall needs of the organization. A plethora of researchers have examined the role of HR Departments within small and large organizations. While the roles and responsibilities of these departments differ, the necessity for quality HR practices is essential. For the purpose of this assignment, as based upon the article written by Buller and McEvoy (2012), I have outlined the influence that HR has upon performance based outcomes.
The research written by Buller and McEvoy (2012) ...
This solution provides an overview of the relationship between Human Resources and performance outcomes, through exploring a recent article.