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HRM and performance the role of talent management as a transmission mechanism in an emerging market context
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CitationGlaister, A. J., Karacay, G., Demirbağ, M., Tatoğlu, E. (2018). HRM and performance the role of talent management as a transmission mechanism in an emerging market context. Human Resource Management Journal, 28(1), 148-166. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1111/1748-8583.12170
This paper investigates the link between HRM practices, talent management (TM), and firm performance and examines the role of HRM/business strategy alignment in an emerging market context. Through survey evidence gathered from 198 respondent firms, this study shows that TM, when focused on a series of practices aimed at developing workforce networks and social capital, is a key transmission mechanism mediating the relationship between HRM and firm performance. HRM strategy and business strategy alignment increases these performance impacts but is not an essential component in the HRM-TM-performance link.