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Unformatted text preview: nt Ongoing training opportunities Limited training opportunities Development of skills valuable only to the specific organization Bias against laying off employees Development of generic skills valuable to many organizations Acceptance of employee layoffs Employees contribute because of loyalty Employees contribute because of money People identify closely with the organization People identify closely with a profession In small groups choose EITHER Internal Labor Orientation OR External Labor Orientation and list the strengths for the organization of the orientation you chose Human Resource Strategies Human Resource Strategies • When we put all of this together, there emerge 4 main HR strategies. Stewart & Brown (2009) call them: • • • • Bargain Laborer Free Agent Loyal Soldier Committed Expert External Bargain Laborer External/Cost HR Strategy Emphasis on efficiency Pattern of buying talent Loyal Soldier Internal/Cost HR Strategy Internal LABOR ORIENTATION Human Resource Strategies Human Resource Strategies Emphasis on efficiency Pattern of making talent Free Agent External/Differentiation HR Strategy...
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