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O alinhamento das práticas de trabalho de alto desempenho - um contributo teórico

O alinhamento das práticas de trabalho de alto desempenho - um contributo teórico

Adriana Araújo and Sílvia Silva, “O alinhamento das práticas de trabalho de alto desempenho - um contributo teórico,” in Psicologia do Trabalho e das Organizações: Contributos, ed. Fátima Lobo (Braga: Axioma - Publicações da Faculdade de Filosofia, 2016), 71–82, DOI 10.17990/Axi/2016_9789726972556_071

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O alinhamento das práticas de trabalho de alto desempenho - um contributo teórico

Type Book Section
Editor Fátima Lobo
Author Adriana Araújo
Author Sílvia Silva
URL http://dx.doi.org/10.17990/Axi/2016_9789726972556_071
Rights © 2016 Aletheia - Associação Científica e Cultural
Place Braga
Publisher Axioma - Publicações da Faculdade de Filosofia
Pages 71-82
ISBN 978-972-697-255-6
Date 2016
Language Portuguese
Abstract The high-performance work practices are consensually recognized as being critical for the development of the human capital (e.g., Combs et al., 2006; Buller & McEvoy, 2012). Recent studies indicate that these practices can be lined up with the organizational strategy (vertical alignment) in order to develop the organizational performance (e.g., Posthuma et al., 2013). On the other hand, high-performance work practices can strategically be implemented allowing to create synergies through its alignment (horizontal alignment), contributing for the reinforcement of the organizational performance (e.g., Subramony, 2009 ; Posthuma et al., 2013). In literature, there are questions remaining on the presence, the implementation and the alignment of the high-performance work practices ( e.g., Posthuma et al., 2013; Marescaux et al., 2013). In this paper one brief revision of literature on this subject is presented, it is discussed the components of the high-performance work practices, its functioning in set and the evaluation of the alignment and priorities for future inquiry are identified and argued and its implications for the companies.
Book Title Psicologia do Trabalho e das Organizações: Contributos
Date Added 28/06/2016, 15:31:19
Modified 28/06/2016, 15:39:31

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