The Relationship between the Level and Modality of HRM Metrics, Quality of HRM Practice and Organizational Performance

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Pološki Vokić, Nina;
  • Publisher: Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Zagreb
  • Journal: EFZG working paper series, issue 9 ( eissn: 1849-6857)
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  • Subject: HRM metrics, HRM evaluation, HRM quality, organizational performance, Croatia | HRM metrics; HRM evaluation; HRM quality; organizational performance; Croatia
    • jel: jel:M5 | jel:M12

The paper explores the relationship between the way organizations measure HRM and overall quality of HRM activities, as well as the relationship between HRM metrics used and financial performance of an organization. In the theoretical part of the paper modalities ... View more
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