Current discussion on human resource management: corporate social responsibility and law viewpoints

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The present study seeks to review the current state of research on human resource management -HRM- in order to propose an alternative view from a Corporate Social Responsibility - CSR - and a Law perspective. To do this effect, a bibliometric analysis has been conducted, to identify as challenges for HRM, factors such as the role of stakeholders, climate change, conception of the company, technological changes and management of diversity; this analysis also confirms that the studies of HRM oriented from CSR and Law perspectives are few. In this regard, an alternative view of HRM from the CSR and Law perspectives is proposed. To that end, this article analyze from the ongoing theories, tensions and tendencies, the relations between Law and the CSR. This is justified insofar as the exchanges between the extremes of legal and business, between market and State, which can be seen as conflicting, complementary and concurrent.
Idioma originalEspañol (Colombia)
Título de la publicación alojada3RD INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON LIFELONG LEARNING AND LEADERSHIP FOR ALL (ICLEL 2017)
Páginas747-760
Número de páginas14
EstadoPublicada - 2017

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Nombre3RD INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON LIFELONG LEARNING AND LEADERSHIP FOR ALL (ICLEL 2017)

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