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Human Resource Management (HRM) Practices

Liu Chong, Rhodora A. Ngolob, and Thelma D. Palaoag
University of the Cordilleras, Governors Pack Road, Baguio City, Philippines

Abstract—Human resource management (HRM) practices are a process of attracting, motivating, and retaining employees to ensure the survival of the organization. This study examined the level of effectiveness and efficiency in the conduct of the HRM practices of Long Hope Communication Co., Ltd. and the problems encountered in implementing human resource practices. The study utilized descriptive- quantitative methods to provide an in-depth understanding to the Human Resource Management (HRM) practices to the 90 employees and eight (8) managers of Long Hope Communication Co., Ltd. The results of the empirical study suggest that human resource management practices are effective in maintaining the productivity of the employees which implies that the company is invested in training their employees, providing opportunity for promotion, positive feedback, clarity of information of designation to whom the employee reports to and opportunity for employees to be responsible with the quality of their work. Further analysis however indicates that the conduct of Human Resource Management (HRM) practices of Long Hope Communication Co., Ltd. is moderately efficient which implies that the employees perceive the management to lack in providing opportunities for employees to be promoted, to be appraised, and to participate in the administration tasks. The major problems encountered by the management and employees in the implementation of HRM practices are: lack of interest of employees; lack of management support; and lack of involvement of employees in decision making. In brief, HRM practices of Long Hope Communication Co., Ltd. could still be improved to effectively and efficiently maintain the productivity of the employees.
Index Terms—Human resource management (HRM), training, career planning, compensation, performance appraisal

Cite: Liu Chong, Rhodora A. Ngolob, and Thelma D. Palaoag, "Human Resource Management (HRM) Practices," Journal of Advanced Management Science, Vol. 8, No. 4, pp. 121-125, December 2020. doi: 10.18178/joams.8.4.121-125

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