New Insights into Human Resource Management of Large Public Hospitals with Multi Campuses in China


Human resource departments of large public hospitals in China deal with new challenges caused by multi-campus structure, such as increased labor demand, difficulty in cost management, lack of professional talents, restriction on employing way and etc. Delphi Method and Focus Group were used as the chief methods to analyze the problems. Countermeasures are researched as staffing optimization, performance management, forming Expert Center, establishing HRM Framework based on the positions among campus and restricting the human resource department. The researches break away from traditional human resource practices, develop new application for future trends, and adapt to the changes of business in the country’s public hospital reform.

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Yang, J. and Cheng, H. (2015) New Insights into Human Resource Management of Large Public Hospitals with Multi Campuses in China. Journal of Human Resource and Sustainability Studies, 3, 117-123. doi: 10.4236/jhrss.2015.33016.

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