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2019 | 18 | nr 4 | 7--31
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Human Resources Management Effectiveness from a Multilevel Perspective

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Efektywność zarządzania zasobami ludzkimi z perspektywy wielopoziomowej
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EN
Abstrakty
Chociaż udowodniono, że istnieje pozytywny związek między efektywnością zarządzania zasobami ludzkimi a wynikami organizacji, niewiele wiadomo, dlaczego ta relacja istnieje. Wynika to z koncentracji na poziomie organizacyjnym, zamiast badania behawioralnych aspektów poszczególnych osób w organizacji. Celem prezentowanego artykułu jest wypełnienie luki w badaniach efektywności zarządzania zasobami ludzkimi poprzez zastosowanie podejścia wielopoziomowego. Dokonano przeglądu literatury, aby sprawdzić, w jaki sposób efektywność ZZL powiązano z innymi zmiennymi w poprzednich badaniach zgodnie z logiką wielopoziomową. Systematyczny przegląd literatury dotyczył badań empirycznych nad efektywnością zarządzania zasobami ludzkimi, koncentrując się na jej antecedencjach i rezultatach. Wyniki przeglądu literatury wykazały niski poziom wykorzystania wielopoziomowego podejścia do rozważań nad efektywnością zarządzania zasobami ludzkimi, jednocześnie wskazując na istnienie istnieje luki w badaniu antecedenzji i rezultatów na poziomie indywidualnym oraz jednostki organizacyjnej i grupy. (abstrakt oryginalny)
EN
Background. Although it was proved that there is a positive relationship between effectiveness of HRM and performance of the organization, little is known why this relationship exists. It is due to the focus on the organizational level, instead of examining behavioral aspects of individuals in the organizations.
Research aims. The aim of presented article is to fill the gap in HRM effectiveness research by applying multilevel approach. A literature review was conducted to examine how HRM effectiveness was linked to other variables in previous research according to the multilevel logic.
Methodology. The article uses systematic literature review of the empirical research on HRM effectiveness focusing on its antecedents and outcomes.
Key findings. The review revealed scarcity of multilevel approach towards HRM effectiveness yet suggests there is a gap in examining antecedents and outcomes on individual or unit/ group level of analysis. (original abstract)
Rocznik
Tom
18
Numer
Strony
7--31
Opis fizyczny
Twórcy
  • University of Economics in Katowice
autor
  • University of Economics in Katowice
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