Human resources management

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Human resource management (HRM) demands effective coordination and control over a wide range of activities by management committed to the pursuit of sound human and industrial relations policies. The paper includes a brief comment on the contribution of behavioural and social systems studies, and the practical application of HRM is discussed in broad outline. Finally, a plea is made to the DP manager that whilst carrying the full burden of technological development, he/she should not neglect those other aspects of the management task that contribute to the overall performance of a DP unit. © 1983.




Clarke, W. (1983). Human resources management. Data Processing, 25(7), 6–8.

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