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TitleThe workers perceptions about human resource management function
Author(s)Veloso, Ana Luísa de Oliveira Marques
KeywordsHuman resource function
Workers perceptions
Case studies
Issue date2010
PublisherMenon, S.T.
CitationIn Competing Values in an Uncertain Environment: Managing the Paradox, ed. Menon, S.T., Shreveport, USA: International Society for the Study of Work & Organizational Values, 2010. ISBN: 978-0-9817997-1-1. p 64 - 70.
Abstract(s)There are different perspectives about Human Resource Management (HRM) function, which emphasises (1) specific knowledge that typifies some interventions _ HRM practices such as recruitment or training; (2) the role of a regulator of relations and (3) the capability of intervention which is dependable of the degree of credibility attributed by organizational actors. This credibility is often built in turn of the organizational actors (e.g. workers) perceptions of HRM involvement on the organizations strategy. There is a gap on the literature considering the workers perceptions of HRM. Our purpose is to contribute to the definition of HRM on the perspective of workers. We analyze the perceptions of HRM in six case studies of Portuguese SME. We argue that there are some particular factors which are more evident to workers, and play an important role concerning the impact of HRM.
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AccessOpen access
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