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New Thinking Exploration of Enterprise Human Resource Management under the New Normal of Economy

Lin Zhuojun, Jiang He

Abstract


At present, China’s economy has entered a new development model - the new normal of economy, which is characterized
by high effi ciency, rapid growth and sustainable development. The new normal of economy puts forward higher requirements for enterprise
human resource management, and also brings unprecedented development opportunities for its management quality improvement and
management structure adjustment. This paper fi rst elaborates on the connotation and basic characteristics of the new economic normal and
the new requirements of the new economic normal for enterprise human resource management, and then puts forward suggestions and
references on the new thinking of enterprise human resource management under the new economic normal, with a view to promoting the
enterprise’s continuous progress towards a brighter road while improving its market competitiveness as a whole.

Keywords


new normal of economy; Enterprise; Human resource management; New thinking

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18686/modern-management-forum.v6i10.5868

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