Easier said than done: a review of antecedents influencing effective HR implementation

Atieh S. Mirfakhar, Jordi Trullen, Mireia Valverde

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Despite the importance of effective implementation of HR policies and practices for the achievement of HR outcomes, this remains an area of research to which HR scholars have paid limited attention, without a clear conceptualization of constructs and a lack of consolidation of research findings. Moreover, the field does not avail of an organized corpus of knowledge to guide how to accomplish the successful implementation of HR practices. As a response to this situation, the present study provides a review of empirically grounded evidences about antecedents that can influence effective HR implementation. With the results of the review, we generate a model that organizes the elements identified according to content, context and process, and that proposes relationships among them. The study also delineates much-needed avenues for further research on this topic, and constitutes a first step to claim attention for the phenomenon of HR implementation among HR scholars.

Idioma originalAnglès
Pàgines (de-a)3001-3025
Nombre de pàgines25
RevistaInternational Journal of Human Resource Management
Estat de la publicacióPublicada - 16 de des. 2018
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