The paper “ Human Resources System and Operation at Samsung Electronics” is a thoughtful example of the case study on human resources. This report will look to present the HR System and Operation at Samsung Electronics, Australia by analyzing different parameters and presenting a detailed description of the same. The report will start by providing the objective of the report, a description of Samsung Electronics. This will be followed by an external analysis that will be carried out in the form of STEEPLE analysis. The report will also focus on presenting the external and internal analysis in the form of SWOT analysis and will bring forward the business's future strategy out of it.
This will be matched by the HR policies and strategies which Samsung Electronics has to develop so that it is able to ensure better opportunities for growth in the future. The report will thereby help the users to understand the working of Samsung and will present the different directions through which business performance can be better shaped up. The objective of the reportThe report looks to develop strategic awareness in the design and delivery of HR systems and operations at Samsung Electronics Australia.
This will be facilitated through an external and internal analysis along with the HR strategies so that the business is able to identify the different fundamentals based on which the overall business needs to be determined. Overview of SamsungSamsung Electronics as the name suggests works in the electronics industry. The company started its operation in the year 1938 and over the years has become a market leader in the consumer electronics industry. The organization was started as a family-owned organization but over the year it has become a global brand and has its operations all around the globe including Australia.
The company deals are a large range of electronic products which included televisions, refrigerators, dishwashers, air conditioners, washing machines, microwaves, and similar other products. The company has identified its vision which is to be innovative and develop different products that will help to satisfy the needs of consumers and ease their lifestyle.
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