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Human Resource Recruitment Services

This study examines two alternative views—universal and contingency—of the human resources (HR)-performance relationship in manufacturing settings. Results from a survey of 97 plants primarily support a contingency approach to human resource management (HRM). An HR system focused on human capital enhancement was directly related to multiple dimensions of operational performance (i.e., employee productivity, machine efficiency, and customer alignment), but subsequent analysis revealed that this main effect was predominately the result of linking human-capital-enhancing HR systems with a quality manufacturing strategy. Other manufacturing strategies also moderated the HR-performance relationship. It covers personnel management, management, human capital, industrial productivity, process control manufactures, best practices,

Competitive advantage, production management, manufacturing processes, labor productivity,Industrial Management etc.

It also includes:

  • HR Audit and Operational Review
  • Performance Management and Motivation Strategy
  • Employee Handbook and other Policy Development
  • On-Site HR Services
  • Corporate Education: Management and Leadership Training
  • Recruiting and Staffing
  • Strategy & Organizational Planning
  • Training and Education