The HRM Strategy is the main document describing the vision, mission and goals of the HRM Function in the organization. The HRM Strategy describes the final and desired state of the HRM Function.
The HRM Employees use the HRM Strategy as the basis for the goal setting process within the HRM Function to navigate their own performance the right direction.
The HRM Strategy has to be a public document freely available to all the HRM Employees to let them identify their own role in the strategy. The HRM Employees need a chance to discuss the HRM Strategy to know exactly the content. The understanding to the content of the HRM Strategy can help them to unblock any fear and to become more productive.
The new HRM Strategy should not make the employees to believe they will be changed for the new employees who fit the new strategy better. The HRM Employees need to identify their role and their gaps against the new HRM Strategy to know how to cross the gaps in their current skills and competencies.
The HRM Strategy provides the employees with the possibility to plan their own goals in the long term point of view and it can bring better understanding to all the initiatives of the HRM Function.