The Estimation of Human Resources Management Practices’ Share in Employees Performance of Iran Public Sector

Alborz Gheitani, Memarzade Tehran, Saeed Safari

Abstract


Human resource management (HRM) is a very important issue in new century and doing its practices in the right mood can lead organizations to success. The final goal of each HRM system is to achieve optimum employee performance, and this will be realized through HRM practices. However, there are several practices are conducted in HRM that their importance is not same. Therefore, in this study authors sought to estimate the share of each HRM system practice in public sector employee performance. Since practices aren’t independent, their correlations should be considered in estimation. So analytical network process (ANP) was used for estimation, and it was an innovation in HRM field. The data was gathered by pair wise comparisons questionnaire from an experts group. Results showed the share of each practice of HRM system in public sector employee performance.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5296/jmr.v5i3.3232

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