Public sector reform and demand for human resources for health (HRH)
Current legislation of the field is discussed and new theories on local and international applied research are explored. Obtaining suitable human resources for the public sector.
Recruiting potential public sector employees. Providing incentives and benefits to public sector employees. Establishing and maintaining public sector employee wellness.
Managing public sector labour relations. Selecting appointing and orientating public sector employees.
- Designing and Delivering Dementia Services.
- Public Sector Standards in Human Resource Management.
- Edited by Ronald J. Burke, Andrew J. Noblet and Cary L. Cooper.
Abstract Purpose — The purpose of the paper is to outline and analyse the limitations and opportunities of decentralised human resource management HRM in the public sector. Practical implications — The practical recommendations are related to the applicability of the strategic HRM model, path dependency of the development of HRM and the strategic fit between a country's HRM model and the wider context in which it is applied.
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