Development, Happiness, Human Capital, HRM , Satisfaction
Balewski, Dr. Błażej
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Purpose- Indicating the possibility of HRM development by implementing parts of philosophical and history of philosophy concerning the aspect of happiness (permanent satisfaction) and satisfaction works. An attempt to indicate the influence on the development of the capital embodied in a man, i.e. human capital, the prevalence of happiness and not just satisfaction.
The aim is also to show the possible capabilities of semantic fields’ transfer.
Design/methodology/approach – Research was based on a method referred to as systematic review of philosophers’ research concerning aspects of happiness and its classification. Systematic review is a literature review focused on a research question that tries to identify, appraise, select and synthesize all high quality research evidence relevant to that question. The systematic review was focused on the works of philosophers on the aspect of happiness (permanent satisfaction) and satisfaction. These works have been used as an original source of knowledge in the cognitive action. The applied method is the optimal secondary source of knowledge that allows, after critical evaluation of primary sources, to spot the occurrence of semantic fields’ transfer. Therefore it is concluded that the chosen method allowed to most fully achieve the objective.
Findings – Recognition of a possibility of transfer of semantic fields, which were created as a result of foregoing HRM actions, to effects of previous philosophers’ findings and implicating them in modern-day HRM.
Research limitations/implications – Implications, which help orient actions for increasing the level of effectiveness in a company by providing members of the association with not only a satisfaction as a form of reparation, but also with permanent pleasure (happiness).
Practical implications – Promoting interdisciplinary approach to HRM.