Studies on HRM practices at different levels have been an area of interest for researchers for several decades because of the expansion of the industries and innovative practices which enable an organization to retain and utilize the Human resource effectively. As the 21st century has seen a tremendous growth in the service sector especially the NGO/MFIs’ sector where the service providers were growing it is crucial for the organizations’ to retain and care for their employees and to improve their competitive advantages. Hence this study was undertaken in NGO/MFIs’ sector major to identify the impact of HR practices (Training, Compensation and employee participation) on employee performance. Samples were collected using questionnaire from 142 employees in order to test the hypothesis. Regression analysis was done using SPSS to find out the impact of independent variables on employee performance. It was found that there was a significant relationship and impact of training and compensation plans on employee performance whereas employee participation had less impact on employee performance.
Human resource Management, Training, compensation, employee participation
Mehedi Hassan "Impact on employee performance of HRM practices at the NGO/MFI’s sector in Bangladesh." Iconic Research And Engineering Journals Volume 5 Issue 7 2022 Page 421-428
Mehedi Hassan "Impact on employee performance of HRM practices at the NGO/MFI’s sector in Bangladesh." Iconic Research And Engineering Journals, 5(7)