Assessing the Relationship between Human Resource Management and Employee Job Satisfaction: A Case Study of a Food and Beverage Company

E. Ofoegbu Onyema

Abstract


The relationship between human resources management practice and Employee job satisfaction has always been contentious. The study therefore, set out to examine and indeed ascertain the true state of such relationship using the Nigerian Breweries as a case study. Survey design was adopted in the gathering of the primary data. Questionnaire was designed and administered on some staff of the organization. The data gathered was analysed using regression method and Pearson's correlation. The result of the study indicates that recruitment and selection, training and development, performance appraisal and compensation (human resources management practice variables) jointly and independently predict job satisfaction. It is recommended that to improve competitive ability organizations need to recruit and retain competent staff. This can only be done through good human resource management practices.


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Journal of Business Administration Research

ISSN 1927-9507 (Print)      ISSN 1927-9515  (Online)

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