Francisco Jesús Ferreiro Seoane* and Manuel Octavio Del Campo Villares Pages 58 - 74 ( 17 )
The objective of this article is to analyse if there are significant relationships between the most valuable companies operating in Spain regarding professional performance, according to nationality and location within their Autonomous Communities or any superior aggrupation. To do that, a sample of 100 companies has been selected. The methodology followed is based on the selection of the 100 highest-valued companies from the point of view of Human Resources’ policy for the period 2013-2016 and through the measurement of six factors: Talent Management, Retribution, Work environment, CSR, Training and Employees’ perception, and classified by nationality and location. The study was based on 12 hypotheses, using the Unifactorial Variance’s Analysis, Pearson correlations and regressions. One limitation could be the fact that this study refers to a particular period, focusing on Spain and the variables mentioned, based on questionnaires. The added value of this work lies on the newness as it has a quantitative character, and on the fact that most of the hypotheses do not comply. This allows to deny certain beliefs that affirm that European and American companies operating in Spain are more attractive than the Spanish or the Mediterranean ones.
Companies, human resources, nationality, territory, management and autonomous communities.
Department of Applied Economics, Law Faculty, University of Santiago de Compostela, Santiago de Compostela, Department of Applied Economics, Law Faculty, University of A Coruña