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High Performance Work based Practices as Predictors of Employee Outcomes in it Companies - A Direct Approach

OPUS: HR Journal

Volume 11 Issue 2

Published: 2020
Author(s) Name: Sushma Sharma, Ajay Kumar Sharma | Author(s) Affiliation: Assistant Professor, SRM University, Sonepat, Haryana, India.
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Purpose: This study empirically examines the relationship between high performance work-based practices (HPWBP) and two employee outcomes–employee satisfaction & productivity in IT companies. Design/Methodology: A model is developed to examine the direct effects of independent variable on dependent variables. A survey was conducted on 50 HR professionals of eight IT companies in Delhi & NCR. Findings: It was found that HPWBP have a positive relationship with employee satisfaction and productivity. However, employee’s satisfaction also had a positive relationship with productivity. Research Implications: HPWBSP significantly increases employee satisfaction and productivity. However, employee satisfaction was also found to increase employee productivity. High performance work based practices are influenced by the set of innovative HR practices and for the organization to gain competitive advantage and act globally, mangers must incorporate these practices to improve employee performance.

Keywords: High Performance Work Based Practices, Employee Satisfaction and Productivity

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