A Study On The Influence Of Hrm Practices On Job Performance Among The Nurses
The study's purpose was to see how HRM practices affected nurse job performance. Increasing hospital performance is a major responsibility of HRM. The study used both primary and secondary data. This study collected data using a random sampling technique. A survey of 400 nurses working in the Vellore region of Tamilnadu was sent out. Out of which 481 responses were filled and return by the nurses. In the scrutiny process, 30 responses were discarded due to not filled properly. Overall, 351 samples used for the final study. The study found HRM practices the study's outcome described that the HRM practices factors, i.e., Teamwork, training and development, compensation and rewards, performance appraisal, recruitment, selection, significantly influence organizational commitment among the nurses in the study area. The study also originated that organizational commitment significantly affects on job performance of the nurses in the study region.