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IJMBS Vol. 2, ISSue 3, July - Sept 2012

ISSN : 2230-9519 (Online) | ISSN : 2231-2463 (Print)

The Significance of the Human Resources Role in The Hotel Sector in Harare, Zimbabwe 1 1 2,3

Human Resources Manager for Servcor (Pvt) Ltd., Zimbabwe Midlands State University, Graduate School of Business Leadership, Zimbabwe also been negatively affected by these poor employment practices which have been exacerbated by economic cycles and fragile political systems. In Zimbabwe, organisations in the Hotel sector particularly in Harare are facing similar problems. Such problems emanate from poor working conditions, increased labour court cases, low remuneration, high labour turnover, poor or non existent career structures, and lack of professionalism. The above state of affairs questions the significance given to the Human Resources role in the Hotel sector in Harare. Therefore this research sought to assess the level of significance given to the Human Resources function in order to find meaningful solutions to employment practices and personnel problems experienced in the Sector. The research focused on the 1 star to 5 star rated and registered hotels in Harare. The hotel ratings are according to [15] ratings. II. Literature Review According to scholars; [2-3,10], effective human resource management is strategic in nature and depicts certain characteristics such as summarized below. • It emphasizes the strategic management of the human capital of the organisation. • It is a comprehensive and coherent method to the provision of mutually supporting employment policies and practices. It means the development of integrated human resources policies and practices, thus configuration or bundling. • It places importance on gaining commitment to the organisation’s mission and values. Therefore it is commitment oriented. • It treats people as assets for the organisation rather than costs. Thus, people are seen as a source of competitive advantage as well as human capital...
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