Ethical Issues In HRM Strategy
HRM 530 Strategic Human Resource Management
October 30, 2012
Dr. Lila Jordan
Ethical Issues in HRM Strategy
Identify areas of overlap in the new client organization with other that you have had as clients When hired as a newly HRM (Human Resource Management) consultant, you must first have understand of the role before beganing assisting with any issues or other areas of overlap. The primary role of a HRM consultant “is to assist the client to identify needs, develop an action plan and facilitate change to enhance the success of your organization (Welcome to HR Consultants, Inc., 2009). Management, human resource, and training services are designed to improve productivity, efficiency, and communication and employee morale” (Welcome to HR Consultants, Inc., 2009). Once you have a thorough understanding of your duties in this role you can successfully develop an action plan that will aid in the implementation of necessary changes within the organization. Some areas of overlap that you many encounter in a new client organization could include; but not limited to the following: talent acquisition, retention, employee morale, and training. Each of these roles is vital in the successfulness of any organization (Welcome to HR Consultants, Inc., 2009). As a HRM consultant can acquire the needed talent, effectively train them while instilling the need of excellent employee morale, you will be able to retain these employees keeping, while maintaining a high retention rate. While not all candidates selected will be successful, the important part is that HRM consultants keep and reward those who are (Welcome to HR Consultants, Inc., 2009). Ethical dilemmas that may arise if you use your expert knowledge of other organizational HRM with the new clients When becoming a new HRM consultant, it’s important to stay away from any ethical issues that may cause harm to your new position at the company you are working...
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