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Human resource management and performance: a review and research agenda
There is a growing body of evidence supporting an association between what are termed high performance or high commitment human resource management (HRM) practices and various measures ofExpand
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Human resource management and performance: still searching for some answers
Over the past 20 years, there has been a considerable expansion in theory and research about human resource management and performance. This paper reviews progress by identifying a series of phasesExpand
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Human Resource Management, Corporate Performance and Employee Wellbeing: Building the Worker into HRM
Two main approaches to human resource management (HRM) are identified: one focusing on the organisational concern for the relationship between HRM and performance, the other mounting a critique ofExpand
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Human Resource Management and Corporate Performance in the UK
The relationship between HRM and performance was explored in 366 UK companies using objective and subjective performance measures and cross‐sectional and longitudinal data. Using objective measuresExpand
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Human resource management - the workers' verdict
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HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AND INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS[1]
Human resource management (HRM) is a term which is now widely used but very loosely defined. In this paper it is argued that if the concept is to have any social scientific value, it should beExpand
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Human resource management: when research confronts theory
Research exploring the relationship between human resource management (HRM) and outcomes such as corporate performance encounters a range of significant practical difficulties. Using two surveys asExpand
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Communicating the psychological contract: an employer perspective
The concept of the psychological contract, with its focus on the exchange of perceived promises and commitments, is increasingly used as a framework to study the employment relationship. Yet researchExpand
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Partnership at Work: Mutuality and the Balance of Advantage
A framework for the analysis of partnership at work is presented, emphasizing the principles, practices and outcomes of partnership. A survey using matched samples of 54 UK management and employeeExpand
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How the impact of HR practices on employee well-being and performance changes with age
With changing retirement ages and an aging workforce, interest is growing on the potential contribution of relevant bundles of HR practices in eliciting well-being and performance among agingExpand
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