The strategic labor allocation proces: a model of strategic HRM

Erik H. Bax

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In this article the Strategic Labor Allocation Process model (SLAP) is described. The model relates HR-strategies to structure, culture and task technology to HR-policies like recruitment, appraisal and rewarding, to business strategy and to socio-cultural, economic, institutional and technological developments in the organization's environment. Contrary to some other models strategic human resource management high commitment HRM is treated as a variable and not as a necessary condition to high levels of organizational performance. The model can be applied to map nut the interdependencies between human resource strategy business strategy and organizational change
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages28
Publication statusPublished - 2002

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