EMPLOYEE PERCEPTION IN INDIAN TOURISM SECTOR TOWARDS THE IMPACT OF HRM PRACTICES ON EMPLOYEE EMPOWERMENT


Dr. Srijib Shankar Jha
Associate Professor, Siliguri Institute of Technology
Abstract
Many companies have recently focused their efforts on developing strategies to improve individual contributions to the overall success of the organisation. Several authors examined the links between several HRM practise components and their effects on the efficiency of employees. While the fact that HRM is favourably linked to organisational and workforce performance is well known, the relationship between HRM and performance in the Indian context is also increasingly understandable. This work will examine how far performance management system factors, particularly employee empowerment, are associated with employee attitudes. Both quantitative and qualitative methods have been used in this study. Structured questionnaires have been used in four companies to collect information from 200 employees based on information received from the literature review. The results show that employee empathy with most aspects of HRM practises is favourable and significantly related.
Keywords: performance management, retention, employee attitude, human resource management.
Journal Name :
EPRA International Journal of Environmental Economics, Commerce and Educational Management

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Published on : 2021-07-31

Vol : 8
Issue : 7
Month : July
Year : 2021
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