The Correlation Between Human Resources And Organizational Practices

Dr. Shatha Hawarna ,Prof. Aahad M. Osman-Gani


This study examines the effect and relationship among Human Resources Development Practices HRDP through selected four variables; (Leadership, employees, Strategy, training & Development) and Organisational performance OP with selected three measurable variables (Profit Growth, Sales/Revenue Growth, and Employee Retention Rate). So, the purpose of this study is to analyse four specific HRD practices based on the literature review to determine if and up to what extent the adoption of such practices affects organisational performance. In this regard, feedback is very important. Communicating the results of the activities of employees to them would help identify their strengths and weaknesses so that they may improve on their performance. For that reason, human resources development became more responsible to improve and develop the organisations. The contributions of this study can support the theoretical domains of human resources development practices and organisational performance. Recommendations based on research findings will offered for professional practice and for future research.