|Case Study: | |Siemens Builds a Strategy-Oriented HR System |
|Document submitted by |Group 1 | |Authors |Amir Hamzah Mohd Amir (G0834371) | | |Nor Azlina Datuk Ishak (G1015882) | |Date |22 January 2012 | |Course |Human Resource Management |
After 150 years of existence as a producer of electrical products, today, Siemens is a global diversified company in software, engineering and services with over 400,000 employees worldwide. To meet sophisticated engineering and services demand for employee selection, training and compensation globally, Siemens has implemented a Human Resource strategy that employs several basic themes. First, the theme “a living Company is a learning company” emphasizes the importance of employee continuous learning to support the company’s high-tech business. Second, “Global teamwork is the key to developing and using all the potential of the firm’s human resources” implies the necessity of working together and interact throughout the company. As such, employees need to understand the whole process and feel being part of a strong unifying corporate entity. Third, the theme “A climate of...
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