Generation I refers to the characteristics related to the human resource management theories from the 1950s. This first phase in the development of human resource management is characterized by a transition from the traditional organizational structure and personnel systems. The Generation I tradition focused on filling vacancies, rationalizing jobs, and implementing compensation systems to increase productivity and increase compensation.
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