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of Organizational Effectiveness : People and Performance Employee engagement , human resource management practices and competitive advantage : An integrated approach

  title={of Organizational Effectiveness : People and Performance Employee engagement , human resource management practices and competitive advantage : An integrated approach},
  author={Simon L Albrecht Arnold B Bakker Jamie A Gruman William Saks},
Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to argue in support of a model that shows how four key HRM practices focused on engagement influence organizational climate, job demands and job resources, the psychological experiences of safety, meaningfulness and availability at work, employee engagement, and individual, group and organizational performance and competitive advantage. Design/methodology/approach – This conceptual review focuses on the research evidence showing interrelationships between… 

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