Exploring Strategic Human Resource Management in the Saudi Arabian Higher Education Sector
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Business and Law
School of Management
The thesis explored three aspects of strategic human resource management (HRM) within the Saudi Arabian higher education sector. First, the tensions and challenges associated with the devolvement of HRM processes and practices. Secondly, equity among Saudis and foreign-born nationals through the lens of how human resource development (HRD) opportunities are administered. Thirdly, the link between HRM practices and research performance. This research contributed to the literature on strategic HRM and Saudi higher education policy.
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