The Effect Of Human Resources Management Practices On Employee Performance
Hamzah Mohammad A. Al_Qudah, Dr. Abdullah Osman, HamzahEdris M. Al_Qudah
Keywords: Recruitment and Selection, Compensation, Employee Performance,
Abstract: This paper aimed to examine the effect of HRM practices towards employee performance in Malaysian Skills Institute (MSI). It investigated the factors that affecton recruitment and selection, compensation toward employee performance in MSI. The study population, which consisted of employees in the MSI, comprised 40 respondents. To achieve the study objectives, the researcher developed and distributed a questionnaire, and collected and analyzed the data using SPSS. An overall analysis was performed based on the descriptive statistics and correlation analysis. The results indicated that recruitment and selection and compensation significantly correlated with the employee performance in MSI. The paper provided recommendations for improving recruitment and selection and compensation in MSI.
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