Human Resources Function in Challenging Environment A case study of Afghanistan | Research Letter
In this study, we explore the difficulties encountered by HR departments in the present day. Human resource management (HRM) is an approach to running a business that aims to get the most out of its employees so that they can help the firm achieve its long-term goals and objectives. This research uses social network analysis (SNA) to examine how various HRM procedures at the Ministry of Mines and Petroleum have led to the development of specific networks. This study's findings suggest that the existing HRM inside public organizations in Afghanistan, especially the MoMP, exhibits certain aspects of strategic HRM, despite the absence of a contemporary administrative structure as a result of the failed implementation of administrative reform. This result sheds light on the notion of strategic HRM, which has greater potential than standard HRM to contribute to the long-term viability of the MoMP.