ENHANCING EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE THROUGH HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT PRACTICES: A REVIEW OF LITERATURE

Abdijabbar Ismail Nor

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This paper focused on reviewing the findings of previous studies conducted by various researchers with the aim to analyze the impact of HRM practices such as recruitment and selection, career planning and development opportunities, training and developments, compensation, reward and recognition, Work-Life Balance and Participation in Decision Making, on Employee Performance. The study applied descriptive research design and only secondary sources have been used to collect the date from the research articles and found a positive relationship between HRM practices and employee performance. Therefore, the study concluded that HRM practices can be applied as a tool to enhance the performance of employees.

 

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