Several Norms and Beliefs, Defining the Attitude to Human Resources in the Industrial Organizations

Dimitrov, K., (2009) “Several norms and beliefs, defining the attitude to human resources in the industrial organizations”, an article in “Economic alternatives” magazine (English issue), Issue 2, pp. 128÷138, ISSN (print): 1312-7462, ISSN (online): 2367-9409

Posted: 6 Aug 2018

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Kiril Dimitrov

University of National and World Economy

Date Written: December 17, 2009

Abstract

The current article reveals: the role of three norms from the environment, in which Bulgarian industrial enterprises operate; and the role of three beliefs, disseminated among the managers of these organizations. It is considered that their joint influence hampers the achievement of sustainable competitive advantage through human resources by the enterprises and may postpone the actual integration in the single European market after Bulgaria’s accession to the European Union. Steps, mitigating the negative impact of these phenomena, are proposed.

Keywords: human resource management, industrial enterprises, employer – employee relationship

JEL Classification: M12, M14

Suggested Citation

Dimitrov, Kiril, Several Norms and Beliefs, Defining the Attitude to Human Resources in the Industrial Organizations (December 17, 2009). Dimitrov, K., (2009) “Several norms and beliefs, defining the attitude to human resources in the industrial organizations”, an article in “Economic alternatives” magazine (English issue), Issue 2, pp. 128÷138, ISSN (print): 1312-7462, ISSN (online): 2367-9409. Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3215161

Kiril Dimitrov (Contact Author)

University of National and World Economy ( email )

Studentsky Grad
Sofia, 1700
Bulgaria

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