Navigating the New Normal of Business With Enhanced Human Resource Management Strategies

  • 6h 6m
  • Perfecto Gatbonton Aquino Jr., Revenio Cabanilla Jalagat Jr.
  • IGI Global
  • 2022

Despite the ill effects of COVID-19 and the temporary closure of business operations worldwide, some organizations, such as the food and pharmaceutical industries, are still functioning, and their need to resume operations is dire. Managing the workforce and performing other functions of human resource management, such as recruitment and hiring, is a continuous process, and today’s organizations must be adaptive and careful in employing the practices of human resource management for any unforeseen events that trigger uncertainty and threats to the company’s workforce performance and hinder organizational effectiveness.

Navigating the New Normal of Business With Enhanced Human Resource Management Strategies shares effective strategies in human resource management from organizations worldwide to shed light and ideas on how existing organizations have managed to continue their operations in a post-COVID-19 world, as well as how they have enhanced their strategies and prospects for the future. Covering a range of topics such as employee rights, labor markets, and talent management, it is an ideal resource for instructors, administrators, managers, industry professionals, academicians, practitioners, researchers, and students.

About the Author

Perfecto Gatbonton Aquino Jr. is currently a Resident Researcher cum Senior Lecturer at the Socio-Economics Research Institute and at the Faculty of Business Administration of Duy Tan University in Danang City, Vietnam. He teaches Human Resources Management, Organizational Behavior and other Business Management related courses in the said higher education institution. Prior to his assignment in Vietnam, Dr. Aquino was an Assistant Professor and Head of the Business Department at the Emirates College for Management and Information Technology (ECMIT) and was a Visiting Assistant Professor at the American University in the Emirates , United Arab Emirates. He was also an Assistant Professor at the Gulf College/Staffordshyre University in Oman and at AMA International University-Bahrain. He is a holder of Ph.D in Public Administration and Management at the Royal and Pontifical University of Santo Tomas, Manila, Philippines. Dr. Aquino was awarded in 2019 a CBME Certificate of Professional Teaching by the Chartered Association of Business Schools in United Kingdom. He has published several papers in Scopus, Springer and IGI Global International Publishing, among others.

Revenio C. Jalagat, Jr. is presently employed in Al-Zahra College for Women in the Sultanate of Oman as Assistant Professor since 2013. He had a total accumulated experience of 18 years in both the industry serving as Accountant, Chief Accountant, Finance Manager, and in the Academe as Lecturer, Assistant Professor and Dean in the Philippines. Dr. Revenio also was a lecturer at Gulf College in Oman for almost two and a half years. He is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) in the Philippines and graduated Doctor of Management at Capitol University, Philippines. He has published research in internationally reputed journals, including Scopus and Web of Science indexed journals and served as Reviewer and Editorial Member in various international journals.

In this Book

  • The Efficacy of HRM Practices during COVID-19—Basis for Proposed New Strategies in Aid of New Employee Selection
  • Employee-Friendly Human Resources Management Strategies in the New Age “Covid” Era
  • Factors Affecting Overall Life Satisfaction for Work-From-Home Employees—Evidence from India
  • Strategies to Combat the COVID-19 Pandemic in the UAE—A Guide to Encounter Human Resource Challenges
  • The Pivotal Role of Human Resource Management in Overcoming Employee Fear in Organizations of the Tourism Industry in Vietnam
  • Integrating Talent and Knowledge Management Practices in the New Normal Business Environment—Developing Future Leaders in Public Sector Organizations
  • Customer Perceptions of the Banking System Through Customer Relationship Management in Pakistan
  • Risk Management and Human Resources Management Strategies in Facing the COVID-19 Pandemic
  • COVID-19—Impact on Recruitment Processes
  • Human Resource Management Practices and Organizational Performance in the New Normal—A Relational Analysis
  • Conclusion
  • Glossary
  • Compilation of References
  • Related References