Socially responsible human resource management as a concept of fostering sustainable organization-building: Experiences of young polish companies

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Title Socially responsible human resource management as a concept of fostering sustainable organization-building: Experiences of young polish companies
Autor: Bombiak, Edyta; Marciniuk-Kluska, Anna
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11331/2268
Date: 2019-02-17
Źródło: Sustainability. Vol. 11, no 4 (2019), art. no 1044, s. 1-28
Abstract: There has been increased interest over recent years in socially responsible human resource management (SRHRM) oriented at developing good relations with employees as a function fostering sustainable organization-building. This is a consequence of our awareness of the fact that employees and personnel processes play a vital role in translating the policy of sustainable development into practice. The objective of this research has been to diagnose the activity of young Polish enterprises in the area of SRHRM as an important corporate social responsibility (CSR) component and to assess relations between SRHRM practices and the sustainable development of organizations. The studies conducted on a representative sample of 150 entities demonstrate both the scope of SRHRM practical implementation and the fields which have disparity in this respect. It has been determined that SRHRM practices are quite frequently adopted by young Polish enterprises. Research has shown that there is a correlation between the assessment of the relationship of SRHRM practices with the sustainable development of organizations and their practical implementation. It has been established that the higher the assessment of the strength of the relations of a given practice, the more often it is implemented in the enterprises studied. Simultaneously, the research has demonstrated a low level of maturity with respect to SRHRM implementation, as evidenced by the adoption of basic practices.

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