Hrm Practice

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Pfeffer (1998) defined best practice theory is on the basis of an assumption that a high performance enterprise’s successful human resource practices also can be the example used in other enterprises and get the same results. As a result of the different understanding of people, there is also having other definitions. For example, Johnson (2000) also giving an definition that best practice is considered as a type of human resource method or system which have some qualities like additive additively, universal, and promotional effects on the organizational performance. Although some researchers have the different definitions about best practice, but all of these definitions are prove that best practice will influence the organizations’…show more content…
This in turn can lead to continued performance improvement, as employees are aware that superior performance is rewarded by the organisation. Another linkage that can create overall commitment for the employee base of the firm comes in the form of opportunities such as promotional opportunities, and career ladders. If an employee is aware that if they apply themselves to the organisation, and show commitment, then this will be reciprocated by the organisation in the form of promotion opportunities, which once again reflects the performance of the employee. This is also linked with performance measurement of the organisation, which ensures that promotion and remuneration occur, and incorporate those employees who are most deserving. Finally, we can see a link between employee security, hiring procedures, and grievance procedures within the organisation. If the selection strategy is sound, and enables the recruitment of the most suitable employee for the position then the need to re-hire in the foreseeable future can be negated thus improving overall employee security. Grievance procedures can also be linked to employee security, as if there are formal policies and procedures in place to steer both the organisation and employee through the grievance process, then employee security increases if appropriate policies are in place to minimise this occurrence. However, if a grievance problem does occur the

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