International Journal of Applied HRM
The International Journal of Applied HRM (IJAHRM) provides an effective forum for the substantive development and testing of theory and practice relating to the issues, problems, contexts, or processes of developing or managing human resources. This journal seeks to afford a suitable conduit of two-way delivery serving both academics and management practitioners alike. The journal’s editorial team is enthused to afford support to practitioners in pursuance of academic qualification the opportunity to present their empirical findings in articled format. The premise being to add value to both the individual learning process and the organisation supporting/sponsoring said process. The emergent global economy and the speedy proliferation of modern information technology have diluted the power of both financial and physical capital to create sustainable competitive advantage. In light of this, organisations are and will increasingly seek and find advantage through advanced utilisation of their ‘human resources’. Human capital is a highly important component of national productivity growth, and of better-quality performance in the plethora of businesses organisations preferred by most strategic HRM management academics and practitioners. The oft proffered organisational cliché "people are our most important asset" is rapidly at last becoming a truism.
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