AJRSP
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Call for Papers - Issue 40
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26 July 2022
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5 August 2022


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    Human Resource Management (HRM) Practices and Employee Job Satisfaction at a Public Corporation in Qatar

    Author: Dr. Thamer Mohammed Maharmeh
    Ph.D. in Business Administration, Institute of Administrative Development, State of Qatar

    Email: qatarcountry@gmail.com

    Doi: doi.org/10.52132/Ajrsp.e.2021.263

    Abstract:

    Recognizing the importance of human resource management (HRM) practices, and their effects on employee behaviors and attitudes, many studies investigated the correlation between HRM practices and employee job satisfaction. The overall objective of this research is to investigate the impact of HRM practices (training and development and performance management) on employee satisfaction in case of a public corporation in Qatar. In order to meet the objectives of the research, and in order to answer its questions, a survey questionnaire was developed and distributed to a simple random sample of (92) employees, who work for a public corporation in Qatar. The total number of the returned surveys was (78) surveys. This means that the response rate was 84%. Results of data analysis revealed that there is positive and strong correlation between HRM practices and employee job satisfaction. HRM practices explain 22% of employee job satisfaction, while other factors explain 78%. Based on that, it was suggested to develop HRM practices in order to foster employee job satisfaction. It was also suggested to carry future researches to investigate other factors that may drive employee job satisfaction.

    Keywords:

    HRM practices, Job satisfaction, Training and development, Performance management, Public corporation

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