|Title||핵심인재관리제도가 직급별·산업별 여성인력비중에 미치는 영향(The exploration on the effect of core employee management system on gender diversity)|
|Subtitle||Job positions and industry memberships|
|Author||Kim, Hyon-dong; Sung, Sang-hyeon|
|Publisher||Seoul : Korea Women's Development Institute|
|Publication Date||2011 -06|
|Country||South Korea||Holding||KDI School|
Many Korean companies intend to leverage the value of core human capital. Also, rapid economic development and globalization foster gender diversity of workforce. Several researchers are concerned that core employment policy may reduce the gender diversity that provides adverse impact on the firm competitiveness. The current study intends to examine the interactive effects between core talented employee management system, industry membership and job positions. This study uses the human capital panel dataset to identify how core employment policy affects gender diversity. The results of the present study indicate that core talent selection policy enhances the ratio of junior women managers, while there is no effect on senior female managers. However, there are no significant effects from core talent development policy on the ratio of female managers. Moreover, industry membership interacts with core employee selection policy that provides significant impacts on the ratio of junior female managers. In addition, core talent employment policy fails to impact on the ratios of male managers. The current study suggests that the companies make efforts to align core employee selection programs with core employee development programs to create and sustain its competitiveness.