IMPACT OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENTS (HRM) PRACTICES ON JOB SATISFACTION
Human resource management practices studied include those used for hiring new staff, enhancing existing workers' skills, and evaluating their performance. Four hundred faculty and staff members from public and private universities in India were questioned by questionnaire, and they were selected at random. Descriptive and inferential statistics were used to examine the data, including the t-test and correlation analysis. The research indicates that there is no strong correlation between HRM practices in use in the area and either teacher or non-teacher job satisfaction. It was shown, however, that public and private institutions use very similar methods for evaluating student achievement. The results indicate that HRM practices have a significant effect on work satisfaction for both teaching and non-teaching staff in public and private organizations. Further, suggestions were given for academic research paths, limitations of the study were exposed, and recommendations for high-performance HR practices and employee work satisfaction were provided. In this article, we'll talk about how HRM policies and procedures may make or break an employee's happiness at work.
Human, Resource, Managements, Practices, Job, Satisfaction, Educational, Institutions, Analysis, Performance, Government, Academics, Organisation.