Special Report on
Human Resource Management in Europe
Human Resource Management in Europe - Trends
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Europe accounts for one-tenth of the world's population. Two-thirds of Europeans live in countries that are members of the economic federation known as the European Union (EU). The proportion of the population (aged 15-64) who are employed in the EU is just 66.0%, compared to 69.3% in Japan and 71.5% in the USA. The average employee in the EU works for 38.5 hours per week, 18% of the EU's working population works part-time, 14.8% are on temporary contracts and 5.1% of employees started their job in the last 3 months. 12.9% of the population aged 15-64 have undergone tertiary education and almost 10% of the EU ...
Instead of solely pursuing a functional approach of delivering services, HR professionals now seek to develop and support the critical firm capabilities that drive business strategy.  This shift indicates an important change in the way HR contributes to the achievement of an organization’s objectives. And yet responsibility for the older, functional aspects of HR still resides within the field, intertwining two components with considerable differences. While the functional component focuses on providing services of a set quality and scope at the lowest cost, the strategic component ... Read More
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