Evidence-based HRM

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Unformatted text preview: ormance. 9. The use of forced ranking in performance evaluation systems improves company productivity. (Performance evaluation) It’s not true and false because popularized by Jack Welch/ GE, problem of applying this technique to teams or work units in which the sample size is too small, can be useful in periods of rapid organizational change, but problems of demoralization will have lack of cooperation may raise. HRM links to social science • • Disciplines like psychology and economics, have provided much of the evidence- base on which the practice of HRM rests Also, the analytical and conceptual “habits of mind” acquired in studying these disciplines are very portable Decision...
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