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THE RELATIONSHIP OF PERCEIVED HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT PRACTICES ON EMPLOYEES' PERFORMANCE.
International Journal of Business Strategy (2010)
  • Supachart iamratanakul, Kasetsart University
Abstract

Nowadays, the success of health care services increasingly depends on the organization's members. The competitive advantage to deliver value to customers is mostly implemented by people with know-how embedded in an organization. The study sheds the light to the competitive challenges in health care industry that survival depends much on their human resource. Thailand's health care industry was chosen to explore the relationship of human resource management practices on employee's performance, which exemplifies a core competency of an organization. Various multi-variate analyses, i.e. factor analysis, reliability analysis, and regression analysis, were applied to explore the relationship. The motivation and compensation are the key elements that healthcare industry can gain competitive advantage through people. As such, the competency of an organization in healthcare industry is sustained by practicing motivation and compensation of employee.

Keywords
  • PERSONNEL management,
  • EMPLOYEES,
  • PERFORMANCE evaluation,
  • MEDICAL care,
  • MULTIVARIATE analysis,
  • DATA analysis,
  • COMPETITIVE advantage,
  • BUSINESS enterprises,
  • FACTOR analysis
Publication Date
Summer June, 2010
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Citation Information
Supachart iamratanakul. "THE RELATIONSHIP OF PERCEIVED HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT PRACTICES ON EMPLOYEES' PERFORMANCE." International Journal of Business Strategy Vol. 10 Iss. 2 (2010)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/supachart_iamratanakul/5/