You’ve been staring at that blank page or at the blinking cursor on your computer screen for hours now, trying to come up with the perfect HRM thesis topic.
It’s a lot of pressure because you know that some hang on the choice of a good HRM dissertation topic. The topic guides the entire organization of the paper. And a good paper is the key to getting your degree and to achieving early success and promotion in your chosen career.
Here are some possible HRM thesis topics to at least give you a place to start. Feel free to adapt them to your needs and interests.
- The Pros and Cons of the Soft Model of Human Resource Management as Opposed to the Hard Model, the Strengths and Weaknesses of Each
- A Study of the Many Factors That Cause an Employee to Decide to Leave His/Her Place of Employment
- How Staff Flexibility Has Positively or Negatively Impacted Productivity at JPMorgan Chase
- How Different Models of Performance-Related Pay Motivate Employees in the Fast-Food Industry
- The Ways That Overseas Outsourcing Affects Company Policies and Directly Impacts the Day-to-Day Tasks of HRM Personnel
- An Exploration of Different HR Practices as Demonstrated in the Accounting Industry
- Collaboration and Conflict in the Relationship between HRM and Other Management Positions
- How to Train Employees to Become More Resilient in Times of Economic Downturn
- How to Effectively Train Employees with Sensitivity in Workplaces of Cultural Diversity
- How Has Performance Management Led to Organizational Success at the Holiday Inn?
- Evaluating “Hard” Skills vs. “Soft” Skills in Employee Recruitment and Selection
- How to Meet the Challenges of Fostering Job Satisfaction in Global Companies
- Situational Studies of Workplace Conflicts Which HRM Can or Cannot Resolve
- How to Evaluate Changing Trends in HRM to Determine Their Value for Your Company
- What Is the Role and Function of HRM During Mergers and Acquisitions?
- What Are the Motivational Challenges for Workers at the Upper Management Level?
- What Are the Implications of Wage Capping for Employee Performance?
- The Pros and Cons of Knowledge-Sharing and How to Manage It Effectively
- What Is HRM’s Role in the Quality Control of a Company?
- An Analysis of HRM Strategies for Increasing Employee Motivation
Any of these topics should be enough to formulate an inspiring thesis statement and get the ball rolling on researching, planning, and writing a thesis paper that is meaningful, relevant, and interesting. And a good paper is the key to getting your degree and to achieving early success and promotion in your chosen career.
In addition, you don’t want to write on a vague, abstract topic that no one cares about. You want a topic that’s engaging, relevant, and meaningful, something that addresses the real issues at the heart of the profession. Best of all, it should keep you engaged during the writing process and add to the development of your own professional knowledge. This knowledge will serve you well in your future career, as well as enlighten and deepen the understanding of your readers.