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Phenomenology is a philosophy and can be a kind of study method; it seeks the essence of objective life experience. It was founded by the German philosopher Husserl in 1859. He defined it as the object at which consciousness is directed. Initially phenomenology was used strictly in the development of science. Aside from its application in methodology, later scholars expanded it to other fields, such as sociology, psychology, etc. The development of human resource is likewise a science researching humans. The content of this paper expands phenomenology to its application in qualitative human resource research and development. The present study attempts to discuss this topic from the relations of the original development, theoretical implications, and quantitative research of phenomenology to how to utilize it for building competence in the human resource field and establishing an assessment center method. Finally this study provides some solid conclusions and some suggestions.
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