Impacts of Human Resource Practices on Employee’s Perceived Performance: A Study of Private Schools Faculty of Pakistan

Awais Ahmad, Khadija Pervaiz, Sehar Fatima, Moaz Ahmad

Abstract


The current research study determined the result of four human resources practices –compensation, promotion, performance evaluation, and grooming and maturation along the employee perceived performance of private schools of Pakistan. 101 research studies supported our Hypothesis that HR practices have a confident relationship with employee’s perceived performance. The outcomes of this research also demonstrated a significant positive relationship of HR practices with employee’s perceived performance.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/ijhrs.v9i2.14890

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