ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURES AND THE TENDENCY TO OUTSOURCE HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT

Souha AbdelNour Fahed, Faculty of Business Administration and Economics, Department of Management and Marketing, Notre Dame University University-Louize, Lebanon

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INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF BUSINESS RESEARCH
Volume 19, Issue 2, p53-62, June 2019

ABSTRACT

Organizational structures greatly influence the decision of outsourcing human resource services. This paper attempts to uncover potential significant relationship between outsourcing and several organizational attributes, in particular transaction cost characteristics, strategic positioning, and enterprise traits. Data was collected using questionnaires randomly distributed to employees from several managerial position levels. Multiple linear regression models are used to check the association of the variables in question. Results show a strong association between organizational attributes including top management intervention, strategic positioning and asset specificity as elements influencing tendencies to outsource human resource management.

Keywords

human resource management, outsourcing, strategic positioning, organization structures, organization traits, asset specificity.


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