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Two studies of HRP within two manufacturing companies are used to illustrate the pros and cons of this new theoretical concept from a performance perspective. Involvement, commitment and competence development are identified as key aspects of the quality of HRP. Moreover, a good psychological working environment and systematic priority of HRP are essential contextual factors which can enable or hinder social processes. Otherwise, production pressure and power relations between managers and employees can hinder the implementation of the new concept. The concept of social processes can help HRP to contribute on social processes between managers and employees as important aspects of quality in work with human resources. However, the influence of team organization and the social processes between employees need to be explored further.
|Journal||Nordic Journal of Working Life Studies|
|Number of pages||25|
|Publication status||Published - 30 May 2014|
- Social Process
- Quality in Human Resource Practice
- Case studies
Integreret Ulykkesforebyggelse på en stor, dansk trævirksomhed samt potentialer og barrierer i denne proces
Pedersen, L. M., Nielsen, K. J., Kines, P., Andersen, L. P. S., Andersen, D. R., Rasmussen, K. & Lyngby Mikkelsen, K.
01/04/2008 → 31/01/2013
01/01/2005 → 31/12/2009