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Employee Value & Competitive Advantage - Chapter Summary and Learning Objectives
This chapter takes a look at the ability of employees to add value to their organizations. Instructors guide you through video lessons to teach you the terminology and processes of employee value and competitive advantage. Quizzes are available for you to test yourself on what you have learned. This chapter includes essential topics like:
- The value employees add to an organization
- Ways companies can invest in their employees and the outcome of this investment
- Terminology associated with employee value
- Relationship between employee satisfaction and competitive advantage
|Sources of Employee Value||Assess the many different ways that employees provide value to an organization.|
|Competitive Advantage Through Investment in Employees||Evaluate the process of investing in employees and how this can provide a competitive advantage.|
|Embracing the Employee Value Proposition||Analyze Employee Value Proposition, or EVP, to understand how it is important to organizations and employees.|
|HRM Case Study: Southwest Airlines' Competitive Advantage||Critique this case study to determine how employee satisfaction was linked to competitive advantage.|
1. Sources of Employee Value
All employees add some value to their organization. We'll discuss the inherent value that employees bring into the organization and explore the different types of value.
2. Competitive Advantage Through Investment in Employees
This lesson explores how companies can gain a competitive advantage by investing in their employees. We also focus on the role that human resources has to play, while examining obstacles that companies may encounter along the way.
3. Embracing the Employee Value Proposition
Finding a company that will acknowledge your hard work with rewards is the goal of every job seeker. In this lesson we will learn all about employee value proposition and how it can be an asset to both employee and company.
4. HRM Case Study: Southwest Airlines' Competitive Advantage
Southwest Airlines is known for its unique approaches to employee satisfaction and organizational procedures. This lesson will discuss Southwest Airlines' competitive advantage.
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Other chapters within the Business 306: Strategic Human Resources Management course
- Strategic Human Resource Management
- Human Resource Management Theory
- Employment Law & Rights of Employees
- Equal Employment Opportunity
- Workplace Diversity & Multiculturalism
- Recruiting & Selecting Employees
- Employee Benefits & Compensation
- Collective Bargaining & Unions
- Organizational Training Programs
- Employee Motivation Theory
- Performance Management
- Human Resource Management Around the World
- Human Resource Metrics & Measurement
- Required Assignments for Business 306
- Studying for Business 306