A NEW IDEA OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT FOR THE NEW GENERATION EMPLOYEES

Author(s)

Daniel Huxley

Author affiliation

Michael F. Price College of Business, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK 73019-0390, United States

Abstract

Combining the characteristics of the new generation of employees and the deficiencies of the existing traditional management system, this paper innovatively proposes a new generation of human resource management ideas from the perspective of resource foundation. More importantly, it provides new guidance for the management of a new generation of employees to help the company achieve a sustainable competitive advantage. From a resource-based perspective, the new generation of employees is valuable, scarce, difficult to imitate, and irreplaceable, and can bring sustainable competitive advantages to enterprises. As the new generation of energy in today’s society and enterprises, the new generation of employees cannot be underestimated. Human resource management should target the new generation of employees, especially their emotional appeals. It should attract the attention of business managers and human resources workers. It should also pay attention to the growth of the new generation of employees from the environmental, organizational and psychological levels, and pay attention to the growth of the needs of the new generation of employees.

Keywords

New Generation, human resource management, resource-based view, business managers