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    SWOT of Human Resource Management Strategy

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    Conduct a SWOT analysis to describe, analyze, and evaluate your organization's HRM strategy.
    Please be sure to identify at least 3 to 5 strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats in your
    Discussion. Moreover, you should identify and elaborate on three to five areas for improvement.
    You should also address how the HRM system and strategy is integrated and/or supports the
    Overall strategy of the organization.

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    Conduct a SWOT analysis to describe, analyze, and evaluate your organization's HRM strategy.
    Please be sure to identify at least 3 to 5 strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats in your
    Discussion. Moreover, you should identify and elaborate on three to five areas for improvement.
    You should also address how the HRM system and strategy is integrated and/or supports the
    Overall strategy of the organization.

    My organization's SWOT is predicated upon the ability to market to the target audience as well as provide the necessary customer service to the clientele to ensure that the products are in accordance with the industry standards as well as those of our respected customers. The strengths of the business, which is a resale company that sells products that are new for reduced prices is that the products are the same quality as those that can be found in name brand stores, but our products are sold for a much lesser price. The strength is predicated upon the ability to buy wholesale items from the same department stores that we are in ...

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