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While HRM has stimulated studies assessing the extent of UK training, there has been little sustained research into trainer roles and influence. Using semi-structured interviews with trainers in public and private sector organizations, considers the assumptions and tactics that trainers use to...
Explores human resource management (HRM) and the established relationships between HRM, the management of "commitment cultures", the recruitment and selection procedures, and the training and development practices considered necessary to develop employee commitment. The literature suggests that...
Contributes to the social partnership debate by exploring ways in which inter and intra-union relations influence the development of partnership within a National Health Service Trust, by using observation techniques, focus groups and semi-structured interviews involving ancillary workgroup...
Organisations with low absenteeism and low turnover can be distinguished from organisations with high absenteeism and turnover through the identification and implementation of sophisticated and strategic best practices such as benchmarking relative cost position, developing a corporate ethic,...
Acquisitions often have a negative impact on employee behaviour resulting in counter productive practices, absenteeism, low morale and job dissatisfaction. It appears that an important factor affecting the successful outcome of acquisitions is top management's ability to gain employee trust....
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