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Ethics & HRM

Human Resource Management  evolved from Personnel Management with its  roots in the welfare officer’s role in the original philanthropic business organisations such as Cadburys and Rowntrees in the 1900s

HRM is seen to promote working relationships, employee involvement, development, equal opportunities and justice.  Yet it is unitarist in its approach, minimising the role of trade unions

‘The strategy of justifying its existence in accounting terms may cede too much to the dominant accounting culture which in turn may also achieve little security for the HRM function’ (Armstrong, 1999)

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