Supervisory Perceptions of the Impact of Public Sector Personnel Practices on the Achievement of Multiple Goals

@article{Daley2005SupervisoryPO,
  title={Supervisory Perceptions of the Impact of Public Sector Personnel Practices on the Achievement of Multiple Goals},
  author={Dennis M. Daley and Michael L. Vasu},
  journal={The American Review of Public Administration},
  year={2005},
  volume={35},
  pages={157 - 167}
}
Strategic human resource management enhances productivity and the effectiveness of organizations. Research shows that when organizations employ such personnel practices as internal career ladders, formal training systems, results-oriented performance appraisal, employment security, employee voice and participation, broadly defined jobs, and performance-based compensation, they are more able to achieve their goals and objectives. Using ordinal regression analyses of data from a survey of North… Expand
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