Perceived HRM practices, organizational commitment, and voluntary early retirement among late career managers

  • Herrbach O
  • Mignonac K
  • Vandenbeghe C
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Abstract

Information technology has been cited as a critical driver of HR's transition from a focuson administrative tasks to a focus on serving as a strategic business partner. This strategic role not only adds a valuable dimension to the HR function, but also changes the competencies that define the success of HR professionals. Interviews were conducted with HR representatives from 19 firms to examine the linkage between electronic human resources (e-HR) and the reshaping of professional competence in HRM. Based on the findings, we draw implications for the development of HR competencies and identify learning strategies that HR professionals can utilize to fulfill their changing roles and responsibilities.

Author-supplied keywords

  • effort
  • employee
  • employee value
  • fi rm performance
  • high-commitment hr practices
  • professional services fi rms
  • strategic hr management

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Authors

  • Olivier Herrbach

  • Karim Mignonac

  • C Vandenbeghe

  • A Negrini

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