The Transfer of Human Resources Management Practices Within Romanian Companies
This paper presents the issues related to the transfer of human resources management practices in Romanian companies. It is based on the results of several specialized studies. Romanian companies are looking for an improvement of their human resources management in order to remain competitive, especially in these difficult times. Transferring the most appropriate and efficient practices proves to be no easy task. There are many aspects that should be considered in the transfer process. It should be mentioned the limitations related to the institutional and legal framework, cultural dimensions of Romanian society etc. That limits will determine which practices are suitable for transfer and which will be rejected. It is also important to point out that in the past few years a more relaxed attitude was identified by specialized studies regarding the transfer process, leaving more space for new improved hrm practices. This trend represents an interesting lead for further research.
Volume (Year): XI (2011)
Issue (Month): 1 (May)
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