Let us look at some of these.
There are several writers who believe that we need to do some rethinking on strategic HR. One other issue raised is the necessity to do a rethinking on "strategic recruitment."
There is much talk about strategic Human Resource management. But surveys had shown that there is not much evidence that its implementation is widespread. It also varies from country to country.
The role of human resources is changing as the result of globalization, rapid technological development and progress, and changes in stakeholders' expectation, among many.
Skill in managing global human resources is fast becoming one of the emerging human resources current issues.
Workers migration and expatriate employees pose problematic issues. These require organizations to formulate an appropriate international Human Resource management policy. Many organizations are yet to recognize the need to do this.
Another issue, namely, the continued use of job description is criticized. Some argue it is no longer relevant.
Another matter that needs attention is the increased presence of Female employees. Female workers are now competing for jobs that are formerly the domain of male employees.
Still another issue that calls for attention is employee behavior. It is becoming harder to terminate or dismiss even difficult and under-performing employees.
What more, even the use of strategies in the implementation of human resource management has been questioned as being anti-union and manipulative.
Training continues as on-going concerns of organizations. But they are not the only parties concerned with training. It has become a national issue in many countries.
The CEO Employment contract is coming under increasing scrutiny. Among the questions raised are whether the performance of CEOs merits the kind of pay they are receiving, and whether they should...