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Organization robots: Trend to post-human resources management (Post- HRM)
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Department of Administration & Economic, Faculty of humanities & social science, Koya University, Iraq
Ključne reči: human resources management; organization robotics
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This study aims to investigative roles of organization robots to re-design concepts and theories of human resources management in to new designation of Post-human resources management (Post-HRM). As well as it’s constructed on the data’s taken from different books on the related topics, public websites and other statistics, various journals, newspapers and which are collected from them. Considerable information has been gathered and collected from these sources thus allowing for accurate analysis, comparing, accumulation, explanation. Therefore it’s a resolution to divide and categorize of the potential sources of robots then its effect on human resources management. The main finding is the organizational robotics have an effect on the most important concepts of theories of the human resources management especially human resources planning, employment, training and performance appraisal system for organizational regulations, finally they have ability to effect of costs, productivity, profitability of company and organizational performance.
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jezik rada: engleski
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DOI: 10.5937/jouproman6-15641
objavljen u SCIndeksu: 08.02.2018.
metod recenzije: dvostruko anoniman
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