Impact of Human Resource Practices on Employee Performance: Evidence From Libyan Commercial Banks

Omar Almuktar Mosbah Abozed; Dr. Suha Fouad Salem

Abstract: The purpose of this study is to find out the impact of human resources management practices on employee performance. The researcher has used three independent variables to present human resources management practices, which are human resources planning, employment, and human resources training. The study was applied to the Republic and National Commercial Bank (Libya). In this study, the quantitative approach was used to measure the practices and perspectives on a specific subject. Common steps used in conducting previous studies were followed to design the current study. The first step included presenting the theme and the aim of the study. The second step was the theoretical side of the study followed by a review of relevant literature, followed by data collection, analysis, interpretation of findings and conclusions. The analytical descriptive approach has been used in this study, which is based on a meta-analysis approach. It is a type of data analysis, which describes the current situation based on data from previous studies. The study found significant and positive relationships among the (Human Resources Planning, Employment, and Human Resources Training) variables and the Employee Performance. The r values for these relationships were 0.516, 0.661, and 0.135 respectively with significant levels = 0.006, 0.000, and 0.000. As a final conclusion, it can point out that the achievement of the objectives proposed in this thesis has allowed the researcher to empirically prove that, in the Republic and National Commercial Bank of Libya, there is a relationship between human resources practices and employee performance. The study was limited in Jomhouria Bank and National Commercial Bank because they are the two commercial banks entirely owned by the Libyan state.

[ FULL TEXT PDF 1-8 ] DOI: 10.30566/ijo-bs/2020.11

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