To share or not to share: thats the question! When does sharing of HR services maximize perceived HR service value?

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Nowadays, organizations can rely on a variety of delivery channels for offering HR services to employees, such as HR shared service centres, embedded HR professionals or electronic HRM. However, when should organizations opt for one of the many HR delivery channels that are at their disposal to secure a high-quality and/or low-cost delivery of a specific HR service? This paper gives an answer to this question by applying concepts from the field of operations management to HR service delivery within organizations. We empirically validate the assumption that the selection of an HR delivery channel for respective HR services should be based on the homogeneity of customer needs, or the commonality potential of an HR service. As such, this paper contributes by stressing the importance of taking a contingency view on the design of HR service delivery in organizations, using operations management concepts and the commonality potential framework.
Original languageEnglish
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Number of pages30
Publication statusPublished - 10 Nov 2011
Event7th International Conference of the Dutch HRM Network 2011: Evidence based HRM - Groningen, Netherlands
Duration: 10 Nov 201111 Nov 2011
Conference number: 7

Conference

Conference7th International Conference of the Dutch HRM Network 2011
CountryNetherlands
CityGroningen
Period10/11/1111/11/11

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Service value
Commonality
Service delivery
Operations management
Shared service centers
Customer needs
Contingency
Employees
Disposal
Costs
Homogeneity

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  • METIS-279353
  • IR-79641

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Meijerink, J. G., Hofman, E., & Hemels, H. (2011). To share or not to share: thats the question! When does sharing of HR services maximize perceived HR service value?. -. Paper presented at 7th International Conference of the Dutch HRM Network 2011, Groningen, Netherlands.
Meijerink, Jeroen Gerard ; Hofman, Erwin ; Hemels, Hinse. / To share or not to share: thats the question! When does sharing of HR services maximize perceived HR service value?. Paper presented at 7th International Conference of the Dutch HRM Network 2011, Groningen, Netherlands.30 p.
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Meijerink, JG, Hofman, E & Hemels, H 2011, 'To share or not to share: thats the question! When does sharing of HR services maximize perceived HR service value?' Paper presented at 7th International Conference of the Dutch HRM Network 2011, Groningen, Netherlands, 10/11/11 - 11/11/11, pp. -.

To share or not to share: thats the question! When does sharing of HR services maximize perceived HR service value? / Meijerink, Jeroen Gerard; Hofman, Erwin; Hemels, Hinse.

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Meijerink JG, Hofman E, Hemels H. To share or not to share: thats the question! When does sharing of HR services maximize perceived HR service value?. 2011. Paper presented at 7th International Conference of the Dutch HRM Network 2011, Groningen, Netherlands.