Impact of Human Resource Management Practices on the Performance of the Textile Employees in Barishal Region

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Dr.Abdullah Al Masud, Dr.Md. Alamgir Hossain, Sukanta Biswas


The success of workers in human resource management is one of the most researched subjects. That's why the effects of organizational success can be meaningful for dedicated workers. Human resource management (HRM) in organizations, which helps them gain a competitive edge, is considered one of the most significant multipliers. “This is a compendium of the entire object that seeks to examine human resources management practices (HRMP). Good recruitment and Selection (SRS), proper training and development (PTD), appropriate compensation and reward (ACR) or timely performance evaluation (TPA), and its impact on the employee's performance of textile employees in Barishal.” Based on the literature review. There are limited data on the management of human resources and employees' Performance in Bangladesh's garment sector. The data were collected using an organized survey of 242 employees in the textile industry in Barishal to achieve this goal. SPSS and Structural Equation Modelling (SEM) analysed the collected data and knowledge. The results showed that the successful management of human resources has a significant positive impact on organizational success. The findings showed that fair recruitment and selection have a substantial positive impact on the performance of employees. The effect on the employee's results of adequate training and growth was also positive and statistically significant. Suitable benefits and remuneration have a significant positive impact on the success of workers. Finally, the findings demonstrated that an early assessment of performance has a substantial positive effect on the employees' performance. These results are intended to provide positive suggestions for management in the garment industry in Bangladesh to improve their employees ' organizational performance by focusing on fair recruitment and selection, functional training and development, suitable compensation and compensation, and timely evaluation of performance. Besides, quantitative methods have been used as the critical tool for collecting data, which may be regarded as limitations of this research, taking account of paper.

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Dr.Abdullah Al Masud, Dr.Md. Alamgir Hossain, Sukanta Biswas. (2021). Impact of Human Resource Management Practices on the Performance of the Textile Employees in Barishal Region. Annals of the Romanian Society for Cell Biology, 5291–5304. Retrieved from