Strategic Human Resource Management: Perspectives, Implementation and Challenges

Max Lucas and Jill Grant (Editors)

Series: Business Issues, Competition and Entrepreneurship
BISAC: BUS030000



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The lack of international studies examining the effect of coaching on employee performance is surprising. Strategic Human Resource Management: Perspectives, Implementation and Challenges aims to fil the existing gap in this regard by exploring the effect of coaching on employee performance in the Lebanese banking sector through the investigation of one of its variables, namely Organizational Citizenship Behavior (OCB), that links coaching to performance improvement. A consequent paper describes the strategic revolution in HR practice as obtained from reviewed literature. Researchers suggest a need for HR to stabilize its solutions and efficiency in assisting organizations. The final chapter characterizes the main changes originated by aging on the labor market. From that characterization, the main challenges for HRM, regarding management policies and practices, are also discussed.


Chapter 1. The Impact of Coaching on OCB: A Qualitative Study in the Lebanese Banking Sector
(Soha H. El Achi and Esther B. Sleilati, Department of Business Studies, Arab Open University, Beirut, Lebanon, and others)

Chapter 2. HR Strategic Partner Role and Organizational Performance
(Choi Sang Long and Uti Charles Amechi, Faculty of Business, Raffles University Iskandar, Malaysia)

Chapter 3. The Aging Workforce and Human Resource Management: Challenges and Recommendations
(Isabel Silva, Daniela Costa, Teresa Carla Silva and Ana Veloso, School of Psychology, University of Minho, Braga, Portugal, and others)


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