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Impact of Human Resource Practices on Faculty Commitment:An Empirical Study


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1 College of Business Administration, Kingdom University, Bahrain
2 Department of Business Administration, Alva’s Institute of Engineering & Technology (AIET), Karnataka, India
3 Department of Management, Sahyadri College of Engineering and Management, Mangaluru, Karnataka, India
     

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Every organization in the world looks for profitability and steady growth in the end, which can be achieved if we have committed and extraordinary human resources (HR). A committed workforce in an organization can enhance organizational performance. Therefore, employees are considered the lifeblood of the organization. The education sector in any country is being considered as a key area, which builds nation at large. Growth and prosperity of the nation are depending upon the contribution of youths towards the country. To empower youth, education plays one of the significant roles, which creates and motivates youth to perform innovative activities. The quality education meets the vision of the nation, which requires quality and committed staff. The current study throws light on the best HR practices, which will have an impact on the faculty commitment towards the organization and the students.

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HR Practices, Commitment, Productivity, Faculties.
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Authors

Habeeb Ur Rahiman
College of Business Administration, Kingdom University, Bahrain
Reema Agnes Frank
Department of Business Administration, Alva’s Institute of Engineering & Technology (AIET), Karnataka, India
Rashmi Kodikal
Department of Management, Sahyadri College of Engineering and Management, Mangaluru, Karnataka, India

Abstract


Every organization in the world looks for profitability and steady growth in the end, which can be achieved if we have committed and extraordinary human resources (HR). A committed workforce in an organization can enhance organizational performance. Therefore, employees are considered the lifeblood of the organization. The education sector in any country is being considered as a key area, which builds nation at large. Growth and prosperity of the nation are depending upon the contribution of youths towards the country. To empower youth, education plays one of the significant roles, which creates and motivates youth to perform innovative activities. The quality education meets the vision of the nation, which requires quality and committed staff. The current study throws light on the best HR practices, which will have an impact on the faculty commitment towards the organization and the students.

Keywords


HR Practices, Commitment, Productivity, Faculties.

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