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Impact of Human Resource Management (HRM) Practices on Employee Perfomrance in Telecom Sector- with Reference to MTS India


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This paper investigates the influence of human resource practices on the employee performance in telecom sector in India. The world of human resource management is changing more rapidly than we can imagine. Recognizing these challenges of the organization has created the need for fundamental advances in human resource management. Through this research study we explored contribution of human resource management practices including selection, training, career planning, compensation, performance appraisal, and job definition and employee participation on perceived employee performance. Results highlighted that all the tested variables are positively correlated but correlation of compensation (0.78) and training (0.66) are highest respectively.
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Manju Malik
Directorate of Distance Education Kurukshetra University, Kurukshetra, India

Abstract


This paper investigates the influence of human resource practices on the employee performance in telecom sector in India. The world of human resource management is changing more rapidly than we can imagine. Recognizing these challenges of the organization has created the need for fundamental advances in human resource management. Through this research study we explored contribution of human resource management practices including selection, training, career planning, compensation, performance appraisal, and job definition and employee participation on perceived employee performance. Results highlighted that all the tested variables are positively correlated but correlation of compensation (0.78) and training (0.66) are highest respectively.

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