Human Resources Management in the Company, Performance and Sense of Commitment
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Human resources. Performance. Commitment

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Santos, A. C. (2015). Human Resources Management in the Company, Performance and Sense of Commitment. Review of Business Management, 17(56), 1134–1148.


Objective – The objective was to measure and to evaluate the
construct “sense of commitment”, to insert it in the activities of
Human Resources Management (HRM).

Design/methodology/approach – The used methods were
interviews, mathematic modeling, and statistical correlation.

Findings – As the results, mathematical models were obtained
and used to process the application of instruments with theoretical
support related to the studied construct, as well as its validation
for the socio-cultural particulars of Cuban companies’ employees,
along with its conceptual insertion in the activities of HRM for its
planning and strategic management control.

Practical implications – Insertion of the “sense of commitment”
in the HRM activities of the company, considering its planning and
strategic management control.

Contributions – The measurement of the “sense of commitment”,
technically inserting it in the planning and control of the HRM
activities in the company.
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