High Performance Work Systems and Firm Performance : a Synthesis of Research and Managerial Implications

@inproceedings{Becker1998HighPW,
  title={High Performance Work Systems and Firm Performance : a Synthesis of Research and Managerial Implications},
  author={Brian Becker and Mark A. Huselid},
  year={1998}
}
The strategic role of human resource management (HRM), and specifically, the influence of a firm's HRM system on its financial performance, has generated considerable interest within the academic and practitioner communities . This paper reviews the theoretical foundations for a HRM-firm performance relationship and focuses particularly on the potential of a high-performance work system to serve as an inimitable resource supporting the effective implementation of corporate strategy and the… CONTINUE READING
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