The Holistic Approach To The Concept Of Human Resources In The Higher Education
Human resources management has been more and more outlined as a field of theoretical concerns and pragmatic undertakings, with an ever-expanding book of concepts, principles, methods and specific techniques, of apparent sophistication and scientific interest. The premise that human resources' management is based on consists in the assumption that people expect more from their workplace than only financial rewards; hence, employees expect employment and professional security, a humane treatment, a richer social life. Man aspires towards social recognition and creativity as it is the essential representation form of human freedom. The holistic approach to the management of human resources in universities becomes useful when the university is an institution for training and education and it becomes an integral part of a sustainable society.
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