Research and Analysis of Human Resource Management in Private Retail Enterprises Based on Double layer game model




Wang Yu

Key Words

Double-layer game model ; Private retail enterprise ; Human resource management ; Empirical analysis


International Core Journal of Engineering

Volume or Term/Year and Month of Publication

5卷9期(2019 / 08 / 01)

Page #

209 - 220

Content Language


Chinese Abstract

With the entry of human society into the "Internet +" new economic era, private retail enterprises have developed rapidly. As a result, people also feel that the development and utilization of human resources is playing an increasingly important role. Human resource management has evolved from a management function that maintains the normal operation of the organization to a strategic management level of private retail enterprises. The role of human resource management in the improvement of corporate performance has gradually been recognized, and its role at the strategic level has been confirmed by the practice of retail industry. The idea of strengthening the development and management of human resources in retail enterprises has gradually been adopted by major retailers all over the world. More and more enterprises have begun to put human resources management in the strategy of determining the survival and development of enterprises. Highly think, so as to effectively achieve the expected goals, implementation effects and human resources management work evaluation of human resources management activities, and how to improve human resource management, making retail enterprises run more efficiently, many companies have tried various method. At this point, the double-layer game model theory has been developed and widely used in the process of enterprise human resource management. For more in-depth analysis, this paper studies the application of the two-layer game model in private retail enterprises, and carries out empirical analysis, and finds that the theory can effectively improve the efficiency and efficiency of enterprises, and the practical value is very obvious.

Topic Category 工程學 > 工程學綜合
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