THE IMPORTANCE OF ERGONOMICS IN HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT
Keywords:ergonomics; human resources management.
The role of human resources management is to have competent and motivated staff for maximum results and this objective is supported by the application of management policies and strategies at the organizational level. The importance of ergonomics in human resource management has been specified in numerous presentations of researchers, especially in the military field. This article presents some aspects associated with human resource management and the positive effects that ergonomics has in optimizing working conditions. It also describes the correspondence between increasing the performance of the organization and ergonomic interventions in the interaction between technique/equipment and staff.
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