The roles and responsibilities of hrm professionals have evolved primarily because of changes in the law that rewrote many traditional practices and:
a) organizations’ recognition of employees as their ultimate resource.
b) financial constraints on firms to produce more with less employees.
c) the shift from having dedicated HRM managers recruit and train employees to using professional search firms.
d) organizations’ recognition that managers are ill-equipped to handle the recruitment and selection of employees.
Correct Answer: a) organizations’ recognition of employees as their ultimate resource.