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Title: The concept of human resources management for the lebanese organization
Authors: Ali Al Atrash
Keywords: human resources
human capital
human resources management
enterprise personnel management
человеческие ресурсы
управление человеческими ресурсами
человеческий капитал
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: БГТУ
Citation: Ali Al Atrash. The concept of human resources management for the lebanese organization / Ali Al Atrash // Труды БГТУ. Сер. 5, Экономика и управление. - Минск : БГТУ, 2018. - № 2. - С. 106-110
Abstract: Human resources (HR) are an economic category which is now very important in Lebanon. Based on realized theoretical research, we have confirmed the hypothesis that there are at least four different scientific approaches to understanding the nature and importance of human resources. The research results are a summary of definitions in the human management, description of the concept for better understanding the situation with employees in Lebanon. There are some the definition of human resources and approaches to the human resources according to some economists and economic theory schools. In microeconomic view, there are two basic approaches. In terms of business economics, the human resources are considered as the production factor. According to the managerial view, the human resources are a business resource or asset which forms part of the market value of the company and investment in HR gives additional benefits for organizations. The macroeconomic approach sees human resources as one of the production factors, respectively sources of economic growth. There is the concept of human resources management for Lebanese organizations the main idea of which is a forming a new strategy of HRM due to indicators of an effective system of human resources management and evaluation of the level of HRM in Lebanon (attraction, selection, training,assessment).
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