Effects of Hr Practices on Organizational Performance

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Effects of Human Resource Management Practices on Organizational Performance – An Empirical Study of Oil and Gas Industry in Pakistan Muhammad Asif Khan Assistant Professor, Shaheed Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Institute of Science and Technology (SZABIST) Islamabad, Pakistan E-mail: dr.asif@szabist-isb.edu.pk Tel: 92-51-4863363 / 209 Abstract The study evaluates the effects of human resource management practices on organizational performance in Oil and Gas Industry in Pakistan. A total of 150 managers of 20 randomly selected firms from Oil and Gas Industry responded to self-reported questionnaire that measured five HRM practices and subjective measures of organizational performance. Factor analysis was performed to identify human…show more content…
In meta-analysis of 104 articles, Boselie et al., (2005) concluded that the top four HRM practices are efficient recruitment and selection, training and development, contingency and reward system, and performance management that have been extensively used by different researchers. In recent years, the focus of research on HRM has shifted from study and relationship of individual HRM practices on business performance to entire HRM system and its influence on organizational performance. The researchers have different views about this new paradigm. Some researchers claim that the system view of HRM is appropriate, but others contend “that to arbitrarily combine multiple [HRM sub-] dimensions into one measure creates unnecessary

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