Human resource management: the promise, the performance, the consequences

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Brewster, Chris; Gooderham, Paul N.; Mayrhofer, Wolfgang;

Purpose\ud – The dominant focus of HRM research has been that of “strategic HRM”, that is a focus on the impact of HRM on firm performance. The authors argue that not only are the cumulative results of this “dominant research orthodoxy” disappointing in terms of their e... View more
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