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Nevertheless, employee involvement is only one of the multiple dimensions needed for implementing high performance work systems
. In consequence, researchers need a more comprehensive analysis considering other High Performance Work Practices (HPWPs) to assess the effect of this system in Europe.
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Lack of trust and resistance to change are often reasons cited for implementation failure in high performance work systems
, or lean production systems.
On the other hand, the reversed causality can be a serious issue, as high performance work systems
can improve the organizational results, but high performance of the firm may also determined the use of complex HR policies.
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However, within the HPWS scale, a number of correlations are high, suggesting that each may be important in the overall impact of a high performance work system
As the emphasis in the marketplace shifted from quantity to quality, high performance work systems
evolved as a management style suited to address this need.
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