The Relationship between Human Resource Management (HRM) Practices and Employee Selected Outcomes within the Organization: Empirical Evidence from Cement Manufacturing Company Limited in Bangladesh perspective

Gazi Md. Shakhawat Hossain, Md. Nayem Hossen


This is a compendium of the entire object which seeks to examine the association between human resource management practices and employee selected outcomes within the organizations. Data were collected through questionnaire from 100 employees. SPSS-16 was used to analyze the collected data. In this study, descriptive statistics, correlations, and multiple regression analysis have been applied to determine the contribution of each independent variable in human resource management practices within the organizations. The study shows that there is a significant relationship between independent and dependent variables. The result of the analysis revealed that HRM practices have a significant influence on employee selected outcomes like perceived organizational support, employee attitudes and behavior, affective and normative commitment and discretionary behavior within the organization. Furthermore, findings of this research paper emphasis on the presence and appearance of HR internal experts in the organizations which helps to achieve competitive advantage and improving organizational performance.

Keywords: HR Practices, Employee Attitudes, Employee Commitment, Discretionary Behavior.

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