The role of human resources management practices represented by employees recruitment and training and motivation for realization of competitive advantage

  title={The role of human resources management practices represented by employees recruitment and training and motivation for realization of competitive advantage},
  author={Marwan M. Shammot},
  journal={African Journal of Business Management},
  • Marwan M. Shammot
  • Published 7 January 2014
  • Business
  • African Journal of Business Management
The present study identified role of human resource management in the realization of competitiveness in industrial organizations and has focused primarily on some important issues related to human resource management selection, training, motivating, attracting, employing, evaluating employees, and the setting of salaries, fees and rewards and the realization of competitiveness among business organizations. This paper has undergone the evolution of HRM from past to present which will be… 
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