Relationship between Human Resource Management Practices and Perceived Performance of Employees in Jordanian Hospitals

Naser I. Saif, Khaled S. Sartawi


The relationship between human resource management (HRM) practices and organizational performance is an important topic in the organizational sciences, but little research examining this relationship in hospital settings has been conducted. This study aims to quantify the effects of HRM practices on employee performance in 5 hospitals in Jordan.

A descriptive survey design was used, wherein data was collected from all the staff of each hospital using questionnaires. The data were analyzed using descriptive statistics and correlation and regression analyses. The results demonstrate that HRM practices have an impact on performance, that Jordanian hospitals do not have effective HRM practices, and that compensation has the greatest impact on increasing an employee’s level of performance.

Keywords: Jordanian Hospitals, human resource management practices, hospital performance


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