The Impact of Human Resource Management Practices on Perceived Organisational Justice

Swarts I., Leeuw Z. M., Mukonza C.

Abstract


The paper sought to investigate the impact of perceived organisational justice and Human Resource Management (HRM) practices. HRM practices have been recognised progressively more as a vital ingredient towards sustained competitive success, especially firms and organisations that are operating in unstable, challenging and rapidly changing international competitive environments. 

The paper made use of quantitative methodology. Data was collected from a list HRM payment registered National Department of Public Works (NDPW). Target population were 1296 employees and only 500 employees were selected using simple random sampling.  A total of 375 questionnaires were completed. Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS) was used to analyse the data using inferential and descriptive statistics. Employees are not satisfied with the following HRM practices: performance management, compensation, promotion, recruitment and selection. The study recommends that for NDPW to achieve its strategic mandate attention must be given to promote positive organisational justice.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/bms.v10i1.15070

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