How does Hardy’s (Chapter 3) conceptualization of vocation and the divine economy
How does Hardy’s (Chapter 3) conceptualization of vocation and the “divine economy” specifically connect with at least 2 salient job design and employee engagement/retention constructs outlined by Valentine (Chapters 4-5)? Discuss at least 2 related HR-practice implications for strategically recruiting and selecting employees (Valentine Chapters 6-7).
Additional Paper Details:
Discussion Thread: Exploring Job Design, Staffing, and Christian Worldview, include a references section, and be sure to have in-text citations for the following sources:
• At least 2 citations from Valentine: Human Resource Management.
• At least 1 citation from Hardy: The Fabric of this World: Inquiries into Calling, Career Choice, and the Design of Human Work.
• At least 2 citations from related scholarly journals (e.g. Human Resource Management Journal, Journal of Applied Psychology, Journal of Strategic Human Resource Management, Journal of Biblical Integration in Business, Christian Scholars Review).
Total of 5 Citations
APA Format 7
Readings for this week:
Fabric of This World: Inquiries into Calling, Career Choice, and the Design of Human Work (Paperback) 1990
Author: Hardy, Lee
Publisher: Eerdmans Publishing
Human Resource Management 16TH 20
Author: Valentine, Sean R. / Meglich, Patricia / Mathis, Robert L. / Jacks, John
Edition/Copyright: 16TH 20
Publisher: Cengage Learning
Read Chapters 4, 6-7
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