Other concepts of human resource includes the organization of the employee management process and they focus on the designing of the job requirement, the attributes required for the position, development of the skills and knowledge of the individual after joining, and manage the possession of knowledge and its use in the right manner that benefits the organisation as a whole (Gilmore and Williams, 2009). This concept is still in use in many organisations and it fits the definition in an appropriate manner. If the attributes of the individual being required and the attributes of the position which is to be filled are not known, there cannot be a synergy between the two and it halts the process of accurate progress. Boxall, Purcell and Wright (2007) add a theory of three major subfields of HRM, which are micro, strategic, and international. The micro HRM policy is concerned with the function of managing individuals and small groups, and the organization of systems and supporting employees’ concerns. Strategic HRM policy is concerned with the intentional approach of employee management and assessing their performance and its impact on pre-defined results. The international HRM policy is concerned with the operations of businesses across national boundaries and in simplifying the complexity that arise due to operating in a different environment. These three subcategories of HRM identifies with the organisations adaptation in different environments and situations. In situation where the organisation is facing stiff competition and is in the midst of a financial crisis, the best thing it can do is to manage the current employee performance and manage them according to the requirements and constraints. In circumstances where the organisation is facing a task of escalating its business and opting to capture a higher market share, it needs to adopt a strategic HRM function, because for achieving a specific goal the extent and type of action required will be different and the employees will have to change their work ethics to achieve the strategic goal.