Performance -- Management -- Employees

Stelzner, Samuel Georg Eric ; Schutte, Corne S. L. (2016)

CITATION: Stelzner, S. G. E. & Schutte, C. S. L. 2016. Employee flourishing strategic framework. South African Journal of Industrial Engineering, 27(3):92-109, doi:10.7166/27-3-1629.

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ENGLISH ABSTRACT: This paper produces a preliminary version of a strategic framework for managing employee flourishing. ‘Flourishing’, a term from positive psychology, describes the experience of ‘the good life’. Providing this experience benefits employees. It also motivates them to sustain the enterprise that provides it. This positions employee flourishing as a strategy for long-term enterprise performance, a key concern of industrial engineering. The framework incorporates a systems approach and literature from a variety of bodies of knowledge, including organisational behaviour and human resource management. The framework includes a process, tools, and elements that assist enterprises to manage employee flourishing.

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