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Una Aproximación Teórica A La Valoración Del Doble Ajuste En El Diseño De La Estrategia De Recursos Humanos / A Theoretical Approximation To The Assessment Of The Double Fit In The Human Resource Strategy Design

  • García Carbonell, Natalia

    ()

    (Universidad de Cádiz (España))

  • Martín Alcázar, Fernando

    ()

    (Universidad de Cádiz (España))

  • Sánchez Gardey, Gonzalo

    ()

    (Universidad de Cádiz (España))

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    Tradicionalmente la literatura ha considerado la necesidad del doble ajuste, vertical y horizontal, de la estrategia de recursos humanos en las organizaciones. Su importancia estratégica ha sido demostrada en buena parte de los estudios empíricos planteados. Sin embargo, la complejidad de este proceso requiere de un análisis más profundo que permita identificar los elementos que lo hacen posible. En el presente trabajo, partiendo de la revisión de la literatura de las perspectivas de investigación en dirección estratégica de recursos humanos y del concepto «fortaleza del sistema de recursos humanos» propuesto por Bowen y Ostroff (2004), discutimos los 3 factores que integran dicho concepto y su relación con el ajuste del sistema. Como consecuencia de ello, definimos 3 proposiciones teóricas que explican la vinculación entre ambas dimensiones y la fortaleza del sistema. / Traditionally, literature has considered the need of the double fit, vertical and horizontal fit, of the human resource strategy in organizations. Its strategic importance has been empirically demonstrated in different studies, however, the complexity of this process demands deeper theoretical analysis, which allows us to identify those elements that make the double fit possible. In this study, drawing on the main human resource management perspectives and the “system strength” concept proposed by Bowen and Ostroff (2004), we discuss the three main features that define this concept and its relationship with the human resource system fit. As a consequence of our analysis, we establish three theoretical propositions that explain the link between the double fit and the system strength concept.

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    Volume (Year): 19 (2013)
    Issue (Month): 2 ()
    Pages: 112-119

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