One of the new directions in the development of strategic HRM is its extension to include a new field. The question is whether or not corporate social responsibility based on the organization taking into account the good of its stakeholders in realizing its own aims is also an extension of HRM. One of the three pillars of corporate social responsibility - apart from company responsibility in business-to-business relations and its environmental responsibility - is the social responsibility of the organization in terms of the local community and its employees. This entire pillar fits into the broad concept of HRM, while in the case of a narrower understanding it involves only social responsibility in terms of organization employees. It is this which is the subject of further consideration. The objective of this article is a discussion on the needs, opportunities, and dilemmas tied with the development of corporate social responsibility within the framework of HRM.