Employee Perceptions of HRM and TQM and the Effects on Satisfaction and INtention to Leave
There is a growing interest in theory and in practice with regard to the relationship between human resource management [HRM] and total quality management [TQM] as well as the relationship between these two perspectives and business performances. Empirical research suggests significant effects of HRM/TQM on the performances of an organisation. The majority of research in this area is focused on the effects of HRM/TQM at the organisational level. Research on the perceptions of individual employees might obtain new insights for further discussion on the effectiveness of HRM/TQM in an organisation. The authors have the opportunity to analyse a relatively large database with recent data of individual employee perceptions from a knowledge-intensive organisation in The Netherlands. This analysis gives new insight in relation to concepts like 'co-operation', 'information', 'leadership', 'salary', 'work conditions', and 'goal setting' in relation to employee satisfaction and the intention to leave the organisation.
|Keywords||employee morale, human resources management (HRM), total quality management (TQM)|
|Publisher||Erasmus Research Institute of Management (ERIM)|
Boselie, J.P.P.E.F., & van der Wiele, A.. (2001). Employee Perceptions of HRM and TQM and the Effects on Satisfaction and INtention to Leave (No. ERS-2001-42-ORG). Erasmus Research Institute of Management (ERIM). Retrieved from http://hdl.handle.net/1765/104