Harvard HRM Model?

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The Harvard model of HRM sees employees as resources. This approach recognizes the element of mutuality in all businesses. Employees are significant stakeholders in an organization. They have their own concerns and needs along with other groups such as shareholders and customers.
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The Harvard model of HRM is based on strategic vision and central philosophy. It involves management decisions and actions reflecting the relationship between the firm and its employees. It emphasizes on the importance of proper management of the human assets of an organisation to promote harmony and hence promote the output.
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