According to Torrington et al., (2005: 5) HRM is the basic function of all management actions and it has developed from different chains of ideas. Thus HRM function can be divided into; the body of management functions and approaches adopted in order to execute the different management activities. When the employees of an organization are used effectively the company stands to gain in meeting its objectives advantageously. Every employee has to be motivated and encouraged in order to get the best out of him/her. Training imparted by the organization to its skilled personnel or unskilled workers should be of high standards, so that management can get the best from each employee.Apart from this when changes occur in businesses they will have to be managed effectively. This is one of the most important objects of an HRM department of any organization. Of course, all this is possible only with integration between HRM and HRIS (Human Resource Information System). HRIS supports many applications like payroll, placement, pension benefits etc. The information system in an organization raises the level of administrative competence and generates reports which are competent to improve decision-making (Gerardine DeSanctis, 1986: 15).Non-probability sampling will be applied to both primary data collection methods. The Importance of Human Resource Management in the Management Strategic.
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