THE MODE OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT IN DEVELOPED COUNTRIES AND IT’S ENLIGHTENMENT FOR ENTERPRISES OF CHINA
The human resource management expresses different characteristics in different countries, different professions and different enterprises. It is the breakthrough for current deep investigation in the realm of human resources management to abandon form elephant factors, to proceed to solve the “Black Box”, to explore the determining factor of different management modes and to find out the inner regulations of causes and effects. This paper is trying to adopt the method of “First Induce and then Deduce”, with the analysis the different modes of human resource management in a western country, the United States, and in an eastern country, Japanese. First this paper will induce the sources of the creation of those modes, then from the input factors faced by Chinese enterprise deduce the input characteristics of human resource management. With the consideration that the exterior environment faced by China’s enterprises is the choice made by workers of enterprises by passing the market, therefore there exists the cares of the lack of the guarantee benefits and the farsighted development opportunities. The characteristics of business enterprise in human resource management modes lie in the installations of human resource, which should regard foster as the lord and in draught the assist; in human resource management, which adopt type of systematize with human emotions; on the human resource usage, which should adopt the limited entrance and inner promotion; in human resource encouraging, which should adopt the combination of material guarantee and spirit encouragement.
Key words: Human Resource Management, Mode, Developed Countries, “First Induce and then Deduce”, China
Human Resource Management, Mode, Developed Countries, “First Induce and then Deduce”, China
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