Literature review on the existing link between human resource management and social performance
In the face of changes in the economic landscape, companies are confronted with increasingly fierce competition. To thrive in this situation, decision-makers are advised to enhance their adaptability and flexibility.
A company deemed as high-performing is evaluated not only in terms of productivity but also based on the quality of its employees. Each decision made directly impacts human resources, which represent a crucial strategic asset for value creation. The quality of its management is gradually emerging as a decisive element of organizational performance. This is no longer measured solely by productivity, but also by the level of employee job satisfaction and their social well-being.
The link between human resource management and social performance is a matter of vital importance, as this relationship forms the core of our research, aiming to establish the theoretical connection between the two concepts after presenting each concept separately while adopting a conceptual methodology.
The findings of this research are relevant from both a theoretical and practical perspective, facilitating decision-making for policymakers to better understand how effective human resource management can generate social performance.
Keywords: human resource management, social performance.
Classification JEL : O15
Paper Type : : Theoretical Research
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