Year:2024   Volume: 6   Issue: 1   Area: International Relations

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Basma ALI ESEIFAN, Riad ABDELKADER

THE IMPACT OF FLEXIBILITY IN HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT AND DEVELOPMENT IN ACHIEVING INSTITUTIONAL EXCELLENCE AT THE EUROPEAN HOSPITAL IN THE GAZA STRIP

The contemporary world is witnessing rapid changes, whether at the economic, commercial, regulatory, health, or uses levels. On the technological and cognitive side, the rapid and amazing development witnessed by communications, the Internet and various economic sectors was all a result of globalization. Therefore, human resources are considered an important element in achieving the desired goals and objectives, and their importance lies in their influential role in raising the efficiency of the organization’s management and its effectiveness in performing its tasks and activities as a final result in the efficiency and effectiveness of the effectiveness of the organization itself and its ability to excel and compete internally and externally. All of this is achieved if it is correct to attract, select and appoint distinguished, qualified and trained competencies, then carefully plan for them, take care of them, preserve them, maintain and develop them, and establish a fair system for salaries, competencies and competencies. Incentives and building objectivity in promotion decisions according to considerations and standards that are fair and clear to everyone and with a degree of accuracy and transparency. Hence, human resources management plays an influential role in achieving the requirements of excellence auditing, which gave human resources management special importance and vitality, and changed its nature and operations. The development of information technology has increased demand for technical professions that require nontraditional qualifications to fill leadership positions, as demonstrated in information management. The necessity of introducing modern technology and relying on it in human resources management activities and tasks, including planning, management, recruitment, selection, appointment, and others

Keywords: Human Resource Management, Recruitment and Appointment, Training and Development, Performance Evaluation, Compensation, Occupational Health and Safety, Institutional Excellence, The Performance, Lea

http://dx.doi.org/10.47832/2717-8293.27.12


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