Investigating the Impact of HRMP on Job Satisfaction (A Case in University of Tehran)

Document Type : Research Paper



Today, the human resources are the assets of any organization and their unique role in the development of the organization, whether indoor or outdoor environment and competition is evident. On the other hand, if an organization fails to satisfy its human resources, in this case it would be doomed to stay away from progress and development. In this context, organizations using HRM tools can keep employees satisfied and improve the performance of the organization, and play this important step. This Research is done in two parts.Reliability and validity of each sectionis reviewed by the relevant techniques, reliability and convergent validity Reviewed by experts andcertified by the validity of qualitative research and quantitative reliability by Cronbach's alpha and composite structures has been approved by more than 0.7. Results showed human resource management Practices has a Positive and Significant Impact on organizational performance and Job satisfaction and additionally, Job Satisfaction has a significant and positive impact on organizational performance


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