An Empirical Study of the Impact Analysis of Human Resource Management Practices on the Enhancement of the Organizational Performance

Keywords: Strategic Human Resource, at the employee level, organizations, organizational performance

Abstract

In this paper, the authors has examined how, when and to what extent Strategic Human Resource Practices affect performance at the employee level. As performance is a multi-faceted and complicated concept, it’s linked with SHRM practices provide insight to what could be termed as high performance work practices. The study is carried on the organizations in & around the Lucknow district. It is a micro-level study, whose findings can be applied to numerous organizations in various diversified sectors.

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An Empirical Study of the Impact Analysis of Human Resource Management Practices on the Enhancement of the Organizational Performance
Published
2015-03-24
How to Cite
Madhurima, L., & Anjana, M. (2015). An Empirical Study of the Impact Analysis of Human Resource Management Practices on the Enhancement of the Organizational Performance. SOCRATES, 3(1), 80-94. Retrieved from https://www.socratesjournal.com/index.php/SOCRATES/article/view/106
Section
Economics,Management and Commerce