The purpose of the paper is to present a review of the human resources (HR) research that has been published over the past ten years in discipline-based and hospitality-specific journals and identify key trends and opportunities for advancing future research.
The paper takes the form of a critical review of the extant literature in the general HR management and hospitality HR management fields.
A comparison of the findings shows a substantial degree of overlap in the themes and results that have been generated to date. However, several hospitality studies have identified a number of variables that appear to be particularly relevant for labor-intensive, service-focused settings. As such, context-specific factors should be considered in efforts to advance our understanding about the ways in which hospitality HR systems may impact a wide array of individual and organizational outcomes.
The results offer a foundation for advancing future hospitality HR research.
Bruce Tracey, J. (2014), "A review of human resources management research: The past 10 years and implications for moving forward", International Journal of Contemporary Hospitality Management, Vol. 26 No. 5, pp. 679-705. https://doi.org/10.1108/IJCHM-02-2014-0056Download as .RIS
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