Human Resource Management: Effects Of Hrm On Employee Performance

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DISSERTATION
EFFECTS OF HRM ON EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE
NTB PT BABM3
W12040136

Table of Contents

CHAPTER 1. INTRODUCTION 3
Human Resource Management 3
Human Resource Management (HRM) practices 3
Importance of HRM Practices 4
Employee Performance 5
1.1 Background 6
1.2 Problem Statement 7
1.3 Research questions and objectives 7
CHAPTER 2. LITERATURE REVIEW 8
Hiring of employees 8
Leadership 10
Training 12
Compensation 13
2.1 Hypothesis 14
2.2 Prior studies conducted 15
CHAPTER 3. RESEARCH METHODOLOGY 20
Methodology Selected 20
ABSTRACT 46

CHAPTER 1. INTRODUCTION
Human Resource Management
What is Human Resource Management (HRM)?
Human Resource Management (HRM) is a business function with roles in an organization that performs
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When the organisations’ strategy is align well with the HR Practices, it can sustain competitive advantage (Begin 1992; Butler, Ferris, & Napier, 1991; Cappelli& Singh, 1992; Jackson & Schuler, 1995; Porter, 1985; Schuler, 1992; Wright & McMahan, 1992). It is a growing understanding among HR professionals that clearly configured HR Policies and HRM practices can endow direct and significant contribution to the employee performance in the organisation. Effective HRM practices systems make the most of the possibility for complementarities or synergies among such practices and help in implementing an organisations competitive strategy are a source of continuous competitive advantage (Schuler and MacMillan, 1984; Pfeffer, 1994). However, there is little empirical evidence to support this belief and whatever does exist is focus mainly on individual HRM practices excluding overall HRM…show more content…
Findings and Analysis
Findings and results
Based on the questionnaire, we managed to obtained participation from 50 different working individuals. All individuals are employees of different organizations.
There are 40 questions in total. Questions are categorized into three groups. They are Leadership (L), Training (T) and Compensation (C). These questions are based on “Yes” or “No” answers. The number of questions categorized under the following groups, Leadership (L), Training (T) and Compensation (C) are 15 questions, 15 questions, 10 questions respectively.
Cat Questions Yes No Increase Performance Answer Low Performance Answer
L Will you perform better if you are not closely supervised? 45 5 45 5
L Will you perform better if you are in the decision making process? 40 10 40 10
L Will you perform better with good guidance? 50 0 50 0
L Will you perform better when given praise for food effort? 46 4 46 4
L Will you perform better when given proper directions? 39 11 39 11
L Will you perform better if coaching is done for new tasks? 42 8 42 8
L Will you perform better if your ideas are considered? 38 12 38 12
L Will you perform better if your moral is high? 43 7 43
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