Objective: Our article was prepared to outline how Humen Resource Managememnt developed in Hungary and Slovakia. We considered it was important to highlight in light of empirical data on the most important features of this development in both countries.

Methodology: Our research is based on the Cranet international research questionnaire. The survey was carried out in Hungary and Slovakia in 2015 and 2016. More than five hundred (527) organizations took part in the survey, and the findings of the report are based on normal statistical methods (mean, frequency, distribution). Our analysis was carried out with the help of SPSS software

Findings: In Hungary and Slovakia, the ongoing economic transformation has produced significant changes in the practice of Human Resource Management (HRM) in both institutions and enterprises and its evaluation. The organization has become an increasingly important factor in the strategic significance of the function itself and of HR departments in general, and this survey details the personnel or human resources (HR) management policies and practices of organizations or enterprises in both the public and private sectors.

Value Added: We believe that through our article we are able to expose the similar and different characteristics of HRM in the two countries examined.

Recommendations: We believe that the similarities and differences between countries are not only to be reviewed in traditional areas, as in language, culture or economic development, it is worth looking at areas such as similarities and differences of HRM.

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Business and Economics, Business Management, Management, Organization, Corporate Governance, other