The effects of HRM's Role on Corporate Business Performance
|關鍵字:||人力資源管理部門;角色;行政專家;員工夥伴;變革觸動者;策略夥伴;企業績效;HRM Department;Role;Administrat ve Expert;Employee Champion;Change Agent;Strategic Partner;Corporate Business Performance|
he purpose of this study is to examine the types of roles served by HRM departments within companies in the manufacturing industries and its effects on the companies’ business performance. This study also examines the moderating effects that the type of industry (high-tech vs. traditional manufacturing) and the scale of the company have on the role involvement-performance relationship. The results show that the HRM department’s involvement in the role of administrative expert has no effect on the company’s business performance. However, its involvement in the role of employee champion has a positive effect on the external as well as the overall performance. Involvement in the role of the agent of change also has a positive effect on internal, external, and overall performance. In addition, involvement in the role of the strategic partner has a positive effect on the objective financial performance, and involvement in the role of change agent has positive effects on internal, external, and overall performance. The most interesting finding is that the total level of involvement in the four roles has a positive effect on the internal, external, and overall performance. These results support the argument that the role played by the HRM department has a significant effect on corporate performance.