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Michael Armstrong's A Handbook of Human Resource Management Practice 10th PDF

By Michael Armstrong

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This arises because of contextual and process problems: other business priorities, short-termism, limited support from line managers, an inadequate infrastructure of supporting processes, lack of resources, resistance to change and lack of trust. An overarching aim of HRM is to bridge this gap by making every attempt to ensure that aspirations are translated into sustained and effective action. To do this, members of the HR function have to remember that it is relatively easy to come up with new and innovatory policies and practice.

However, the Guest and Conway (1997) research established that the reports of workers on outcomes showed that a higher number of HR practices were associated with higher ratings of fairness, trust and management’s delivery of their promises. Those experiencing more HR activities also felt more secure in and more satisfied with their jobs. Motivation was significantly higher for those working in organizations where more HR practices were in place. In summary, as commented by Guest (1999b), it appears that workers like their experience of HRM.

4 2000b) HR outcomes Employee: competence commitment flexibility Quality of goods and services Financial performance Productivity Model of the link between HRM and performance (Source: Guest et al, 24 ❚ Managing people The messages from research, especially that carried out by Purcell et al (2003), are that HR can make an impact by leading or contributing to: ● ● ● ● ● ● the development and successful implementation of high performance work practices, particularly those concerned with job and work design, flexible working, resourcing (recruitment and selection and talent management), employee development (increasing skills and extending the skills base), reward, and giving employees a voice; the formulation and embedding of a clear vision and set of values (the big idea); the development of a positive psychological contract and means of increasing the motivation and commitment of employees; the formulation and implementation of policies which, in the words of Purcell et al (2003) meet the needs of individuals and ‘create a great place to work’; the provision of support and advice to line managers on their role in implementing HR policies and practices; the effective management of change.

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