, PhD Researcher in Tourism, University of Algarve, Portugal; Assistant Professor, College of Tourism and Hospitality Management, International University of Business Agriculture and Technology, Bangladesh
The potential use of skills, knowledge and competencies of employees in the organization would help to improve organizational performance. Certainly, the necessity of strategic human resource management in a business cannot be undermined as human resource management practices and policies influencing work, attitudes and performance of employees. Having said that human resource policies are focused on many essential practices and in turn, can positively impact organizational performance, such as human resource planning, recruitment, selection, training and development, compensation, performance management and employee relations.
Once an organization believes to determine its upcoming mission and willing to achieve them, it is then rely on the employees, as they will be the key to do the necessary work geared towards achievement of the organizational goal and success through their performance. This is where the importance of strategic human resources of an organization can be seen. Without any doubt, it can be said that the success of a business depends on its human resources and the development and inspiration process of the workers in the organization plays an important role in the organizational success. Human resource strategies aims to look into and examine the human resource functions within the company in line with the business strategies of an organization.
Despite the facts mentioned above using different literatures, books, articles, reports, surveys, this paper examines the outcomes of strategic human resource practices within an organization’s performances. The main objective of this paper was to identify whether strategic human resource practices play any positive roles on organizational performances. This paper will form awareness within employees, potential organizations, government and private sectors regarding the strategic human resource practices.
Keywords: Strategic, Human Resource, Performance, Organization, Management, Development.
JEL Classification: J24, D2, F63.
Cite as: Md Yusuf Hossein Khan (2018). Strategic Human Resource Practices and its Impact on Performance towards Achieving Organizational Goals. Business Ethics and Leadership, 2(2), 66-73. DOI: 10.21272/bel.2(2).66-73.2018
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