Give detailed description of your work, for smooth communication
To complete this assignment please answer the questions below:
– How can HRM be defined?
– What is the overall aim with human resource management?
– In your own words, describe the importance of human resources in a firm. about the Human Recources Management to manage employees
– Choose one of the misconceptions about HRM presented in the scientific article for the module. In your own word argue why there is a gap between research and practice of HRM by relating to the misconception that you have chosen.
Module 1 Article: Rynes. S., Brown, K., & Colbert, A. (2002). Seven Common Misconceptions About Human Resource Practices: Research Findings Versus Practitioner Beliefs. Academy of Management Executive, 16(3), pp. 92-103
NB: In the text when you refer to the article or the ideas in the article please do as in the following example: Remuneration is considered a misleading concept in the HRM as a field (Rynes et al., 2002).
All in all, the text should be between 600–800 words not including the reference list.
Times New Roman; 12; 1 or 1,5 space; clear headings and references. You attach it as a word or pdf document.
References in APA style, and anything you reference should be according to the APA standard.
It is your own comments and reflections, in the meaning that it is you who interpret the text. That is, you read it; then write what is the aim of the author, theories, discussions etc. This is all done from your own perspective, with your own comments and reflections (through your own personal lens/view) but with a good support of the literature. For instance, you agree with something, because of XYZ, and this literature argues the same. The author states this, however I disagree with this, because I think XYZ can be a better solution as Armstrong (2017) illustrate in his study of ABC (something like this)
Book: Armstrong, M., & Taylor, S. (2017). Armstrong’s handbook of human resource management practice. Kogan Page Publishers. 14th edition; Part 1 (chapters 1,2,3) and part 2 (chapters 4,5,6,7)