Survey of Organization Managers' Knowledge Supporting Evidence-based Human Resource Management

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Pepperdine University, 2009 - Decision making - 169 pages
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The findings of this research reveal that mid- to high-level organization managers and mid- to high-level HR professionals have virtually identical levels of understanding of the knowledge items surveyed, with both averaging 57% correct answers. These data indicate that organization managers are equally uninformed as HR professionals of research-validated HR management knowledge, and neither group is well prepared to practice evidence-based HR management. These findings imply that the knowledge regarding HR management principles and methods held by both groups is informed substantially by sources providing knowledge that is not validated by science.

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