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PDF | On Apr 12, , Geoffrey Wood and others published International Journal of Human Resource Management (IJHRM) Special Issue on. International Journal of Business and Social Science. Vol. 6, No. 5; May Keywords:human resource, education, management, effectiveness,staff. Introduction. Leveraging human assets for MNCs performance: the role of management development, human resource system and employee engagement. Hooi. Published.

Employee participation is part of the set of practices to be encouraged. Chained-brand hotels in Bangkok should further develop a career planning system so employees can map their long-term vision. Career planning should allow for lateral and vertical movement thus allowing for versatility in staff abilities. It might be even considered a duty for firms to assist in workforce career enhancement.

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Creating compelling and timely training and development is the start and requires continuous follow-up for proper assessment, future training and analyzing job satisfaction. Companies can use training options as a mean of employee autonomy and empowerment in their jobs.

HRM practices affect the mediating variables which subsequently positively impact employee service quality performance. Out of the five mediating variables, motivation has the most robust effect. Thus managers should develop programs that encourage employees to contribute ideas that would be implemented at work, lead initiatives and fulfill their ambitions. Academics should use this new model to generate curricula whereby HRM practices such as job satisfaction, employee motivation, and HR flexibility are stressed using empirical data such as that in this study.

There are limitations to this study. Mainly, the study was conducted usingchained-brand hotels in Thailand and was limited to Bangkok. Thus, conclusions only represent a subset of all hotels in Thailand. Further research on the topic should expand to include, other forms of hotels, other regions in Thailand and other countries in South East Asia. Conclusion Despite its limitations, this study has given a better understanding of how HRM practices and employee behaviors, as mediating variables, affect employee service quality as outstanding performance in chained-brand hotels.

Employee service quality performance is a crucial determinant of a hotel and other hospitality performance, and this study explains the indirect relationships among these variables. However, these variables are not the only factors that can determine employee service performance in organizations.

There are other factors involved besides the five main employee behaviors that have discussed. References [1] Absar, M. Impact of human resources practices on job satisfaction: Evidence from manufacturing firms in Bangladesh.

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Journal of Management, 13 2 , They expressed the thought that the well-being of employees led to perfect work; without healthy workers, the organization would not survive. Taylor explored what he termed " scientific management " sometimes referred to as "Taylorism" , striving to improve economic efficiency in manufacturing jobs. He eventually focused on one of the principal inputs into the manufacturing process—labor—sparking inquiry[ by whom?

This movement, on both sides of the Atlantic, built on the research of Elton Mayo and others to document through the Hawthorne studies — and other studies how stimuli, unrelated to financial compensation and working conditions, could yield more productive workers.

Roosevelt and the New Deal had transformed the employer-employee relationship, and the discipline became formalized as " industrial and labor relations ". Corporations began viewing employees as assets. Likewise, other terms sometimes used to describe the field include "organizational management", "manpower management", "talent management", "personnel management", and simply "people management". In popular media[ edit ] Several popular media productions have depicted human resource management in operation.

On the U. Business function[ edit ] Dave Ulrich lists the functions of HR as: aligning HR and business strategy, re-engineering organization processes, listening and responding to employees, and managing transformation and change. HR also ensures compliance with employment and labor laws , which differ by geography, and often oversees health, safety, and security.

Based on the geographic location, there are various laws in place. There are several federal laws that are crucial for HR managers to be familiar with in order to protect both their company and its employees. Important federal laws and regulations include The Fair Labor Standards Act , which includes establishing a minimum wage and protecting the right for certain workers to earn overtime. The Federal Civil Rights Law protects against discrimination and prohibits making any hiring or firing decision based on race, age, sex, and gender.

The Family and Medical Leave Act gives eligible employees up to twelve weeks of unpaid leave for family and medical reasons.

Ensuring the company is compliant with all laws and regulations is an important aspect of HR and will protect the company from any sort of 'legal liability'. Consequently, HR, usually through representatives, engages in lobbying efforts with governmental agencies e. Human Resource Management has four basic functions: staffing, training and development, motivation, and maintenance.

Staffing is the recruitment and selection of potential employees, done through interviewing, applications, networking, etc. There are two main factors to staffing: attracting talented recruits and hiring resources. HR Managers must create detailed recruitment strategies and have a plan of action to put forward when recruiting. Next, managers can put strategies into place through hiring resources, by extending out to find the best possible recruits for the team.

Recruiting is very competitive since every company wants the best candidates. Here, motivation is seen as key to keeping employees highly productive. This includes employee benefits, performance appraisals, and rewards. Employee benefits, appraisals, and rewards are all encouragements to bring forward the best employees.

The last function, maintenance, involves keeping the employees' commitment and loyalty to the organization. Some businesses globalize and form more diverse teams. HR departments have the role of making sure that these teams can function and that people can communicate across cultures and across borders. The discipline may also engage in mobility management, especially for expatriates ; and it is frequently involved in the merger and acquisition process.

HR is generally viewed as a support function to the business, helping to minimize costs and reduce risk. In larger companies, an entire functional group is typically dedicated to the discipline, with staff specializing in various HR tasks and functional leadership engaging in strategic decision-making across the business. To train practitioners for the profession , institutions of higher education, professional associations , and companies have established programs of study dedicated explicitly to the duties of the function.Relationship between HRM practices and the perception of organizational performance, roles of management style, social capital, and culture: Comparison between manufacturing firms in Cambodia and Taiwan.

Management of employment relations: establishment of a series of activities to help to improve the relationship between the company and workers. In contrast to previous studies like Harter et al. Analysis Results Tables 1 shows general geographic organizational characteristics and Table 2 shows essential demographic characteristics of respondents.

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