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HRM Practices in Post-bureaucratic Era

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  1. Historical review
  2. In the Post-bureaucratic Era

The history of human resource management (HRM) dates back in the 19th C, when the then called ?welfare secretaries? came to existence in organizations. These welfare secretaries were women solely concerned with the protection of girls and women. Their establishment was triggered by the harsh industrial conditions that prevailed and pressure that arose from extension of franchise and labor/trade unions that advocated for industrial betterment (Evans & Wurster, 2008).

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