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    "to privide a hold"

    Hi, I am a non-native English speaker and was wondering if you could help me with the following. I am developing a model that supports managers in developing HRM policy within their firm. I am thus developing a support model that offers a "hold" for developing HRM policy.

    I belief the word "hold" is incorrect or at least not nicely put, isn't it? Could you perhaps suggest a nicer way to say this? What I am trying to say is that the support model provides a hold to managers but is there perhaps a better word that I can use to say this? Or is this simply the right way to say it?

    Thanks in advance!

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    Re: "to privide a hold"

    Base. From this base managers can develop their HRM policy. You could say it is the framework within which they will set out their policies.

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