We are living in times of great interest in human potential in organizations. Human resources are universally treated as the primary capital of a company and an important component of an organization's strategic objectives. Much has been written and said about the need to improve HRM, enriching the forms of managing people, and molding an appropriate organizational culture, while stressing the import of these processes not only to engender employee comfort, but also for business efficiency. Paradoxically however, the strong accent placed on these matters is not always reflected in actual care for the social aspects of company operations.
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