The study focuses on Strategic Human Resource Management (SHRM), which is considered as central to any organization, but mostly taken as internal organizational matter, however the reality is that it is influenced by various factors including many external ones too. The motivation behind this article is to present a conceptual framework for examining SHRM in the context of Supply Chain Management (SCM). We present a system which distinguishes factors that determine whether embracing a Supply Chain Management (SCM) explains the possibilities that shape SHRM practices as required to accomplish and get benefit from SCO. Therefore, we relied on existing literature associated with SCM an SHRM. The study firstly highlights the significance of human resource management, and then it stretches the limit of administration and HR frameworks from a single organizational focus to intra-organizational and hierarchical connections between SHRM an SCO. Then we propose a system for comprehension of the connections between HR frameworks and SCO, and administrating human resource for efficiency and effectiveness. After then, we also deliberated upon past studies about managing human resources and furnishing a proper system to effectuate research in the SCM orientation. Lastly, we offer suggestions for future research, alongside dishing out for both academicians and practitioners.