culture, human resource management, innovation, knowledge, strategy
The article focuses on perspectives on human resource management in organisations in the Czech Republic and the Slovak Republic. The aim of the article is to compare the levels of human resource management in the Czech Republic and the Slovak Republic, to test the dependencies between selected qualitative features that relate to the issues examined, to compare the results obtained in the Czech Republic with the preliminary results from the next period and to make recommendations for Czech organisations in the area of human resource management. Based on the questionnaire survey (n1 = 109, n2 = 340), the levels of human resource management in seven areas are compared: (1) evaluation of the implementation of key strategic documents, (2) formation of labour poten-tial, (3) employee development, (4) employee relationships and communication, (5) organisational culture, (6) innovation and (7) ensuring knowledge continuity. Within the scope of the areas observed, selected results are evaluated further according to more detailed criteria: the economic sector, the area in which organisations oper-ate and the size of the market. The results of the survey show that in the Czech Republic and in the Slovak Republic there are no significant statistical differences in the level of human resource management.