Special Human Resource Management Practices and Strategy


Ömer Yazıcı, PhD (Editor) – Department of Management and Organization, Bayburt University, Bayburt, Turkey

Series: Management Science – Theory and Applications
BISAC: BUS030000; BUS042000
DOI: https://doi.org/10.52305/ULLJ2063

Today, one of the most valuable assets of companies is their workforce. Primarily, the importance of information is increased and the human factor that absorbs and uses it by creating value has become much more essential. One of the most critical steps that managers need to take to be successful is to enhance human power in the most efficient way possible. Companies that want to be long-lasting need to make HR the main item on their agenda. Human resource practices are critical for companies to survive. In addition to firms in general, family firms are also a special and the most common type of business in the economy. Hence, family firm HR practices are also an important part of this book. Among the most famous features of a family firm, complex HR management practices are on top of it all. Owners and family members are all aware that non-family employees are needed, and non-family managers are required for the success and sustainability of the family firm. Hence, family firms cannot have biased, bifurcated, or different HR practices towards non-family employees.

Readers will find this book comprehensive and inclusive of new issues of HR management literature. The book is comprised of chapters, each describing current and important practices and problems of HR management. Along with the family firm-specific problems like nonfamily managers, women entrepreneurship, and nepotism, chapters cover the state-of-the-art topics and findings in the HR management literature. This includes organizational development and HR management relationship, discrimination and nepotism, women in family firms and tourism, HR accounting and digital age, quality and management, behavior, and change management. Students and scholars of human resource management, along with the leaders of modern management teams, will benefit from this book from the first page to the last page. Each chapter will carry its reader to the next level of understanding of issues and findings of human resource management.

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Table of Contents


Chapter 1. Strategic Human Resources Management and Organizational Development
(Zeynep Hatipoğlu – Department of Business Administration, İstanbul Arel University, Istanbul, Turkey)

Chapter 2. Recruitment (Search and Selection in HR)
(Gülbeniz Akduman – Department of Human Resources Management, Institute of Graduate Programs, Istanbul Bilgi University, Turkey)

Chapter 3. Discrimination in the Employment Process
(Süleyman Yurttaş – Department of Sociology, Bayburt University, Bayburt, Turkey)

Chapter 4. Labor Problems and Solutions in Family Businesses
(Semih Serkant Aktuğ – Department of Economics, Siirt University, Siirt, Turkey)

Chapter 5. Non-Family Managers and HR Practices of Family Firms
(Ömer Yazıcı – Department of Management and Organization, Bayburt University, Bayburt, Turkey)

Chapter 6. Nepotism in Organizations and Its Effects on Employees
(Esra Kızıloğlu – Department of Business Administration, Selcuk University)

Chapter 7. Being a Woman in Family Business Management (Examples from the Marketing World)
(Cihat Kartal and Bülent Adil – Department of Business Management, Kirikkale University, Kırıkkale, Turkey, et al.)

Chapter 8. The Woman Manager Era in Tourism
(Bilge Çavuşgil Köse and Sena Erden Ayhün – Department of Marketing and Advertising, Çanakkale Onsekiz Mart University, Turkey, et al.)

Chapter 9. Digital Age of Human Resources Management
(Ismail Simsir and Buse Mete – Department of Health Management, Sakarya University of Applied Sciences)

Chapter 10. Human Resources Planning and Workload Indicators of Staffing Need Industry (WISN) in Healthcare Industry
(Elif Islek and Umut Beylik – Department of Turkish Health Policies Institute, Health Institutes of Turkey, Ankara, Turkey, et al.)

Chapter 11. Human Resources Accounting
(Nurcan Suklum and Secil Ozturk – Department of Management and Organization, Hitit University, Çorum, Turkey, et al.)

Chapter 12. Wellbeing and Work
(Dilek Şahin – Department of Health Management, Düzce University, Düzce, Turkey)

Chapter 13. Internal Marketing from the Innovative HRM Perspective In Health Institutions
(İlhan Sağ and Fatih Seyran – Department of Health Management, Health Sciences University Training and Research Hospital of Bursa, Turkey, et al.)

Chapter 14. Foreign Language Apprehension and Interview Success
(Emrah Dolgunsoz – Department of Foreign Languages Education, Bayburt University, Bayburt, Turkey)

Chapter 15. Management of Agile Organizations and Agile Teams
(Selma Kılıç Kırılmaz – Department of Management and Organization, Sakarya University of Applied Sciences, Sakarya, Turkey)

Chapter 16. Reflections of Total Quality Management Application on Strategic Management
(Asena Tugba Evren Subasi and Fatma Bolac – Department of Business Administration, Borte Education and Consultancy Company, et al.)

Chapter 17. Behavioral Strategy and Institutions
(Mehmet Bagis and Liridon Kryeziu – Department of International Trade and Finance, Sakarya University of Applied Sciences, Sakarya, Turkey, et al.)

Chapter 18. The Relationship Between Organizational Culture and Inter-Organizational Citizenship Behavior
(Arzu Turkmen, Mustafa Sagsan and Edip Orucu – Department of Gynecology, Bandırma Evaluation and Research Hospital, Balıkesir, Turkey, et al.)


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