HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT PRACTICES AND ITS IMPACT ON EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT AND PERFORMANCE IN AN ORGANIZATION A STUDY ON LABOUR FORCE IN MALAYSIA
Dhivyabharathi Parabakarana () and
Masri Bin Abdul Lasi
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Dhivyabharathi Parabakarana: City Graduate School, City University Malaysia
Masri Bin Abdul Lasi: Faculty of Business, City University Malaysia
Malaysian E Commerce Journal (MECJ), 2021, vol. 5, issue 1, 29-35
This research study is to investigate the Human Resource Management Practices (HRM) and its impact on employee engagement and performance in an organization. There are 4 variables that impact on employee engagement and performance which are (learning culture), (work empowerment), (reward and recognition) and (supervisor support) in an organization. The main objective of this research study is to explore the understanding towards the human resource management practices. The organization should be very friendly and supportive employees to create a strong bond between the employees and supervisor develop business strategies. Employee’s engagement and performance has come up with a new method to human resource management practices to stay competitively and effectively to improve performance towards the employees. In order to investigate the relationship between HRM practices and employee engagement and performance, I was designed a questionnaire and distribute the questionnaire to 150 respondents. The questions were stated in the questionnaire are from the previous researcher was done for the similar topic. The data was calculated using the SPSS statistics and excel is to found there is a significant relationship between the independent and independents variable. Also using regression analysis to analyse the result. The findings result indicate that there is a relationship among all independent variables which are learning culture, work empowerment, rewards and recognition and supervisor support have significant impact on employee’s engagement and performance. In conclusion, analysed that HRM practices have an impact on the employee work engagement and performance. The future researcher should study that the employers need to develop proper and well established HRM policies and regulations in order to success in huge work engagement and performance level among the employees.
Keywords: Employee’s engagement; employee performance; learning culture; work empowerment; reward and recognition; supervisor support. (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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