ABSRJ 2021 Volume 12, Number 2

The role of strategic human resource management, organizational performance: An empirical evidence from manufacturing sector in Thailand

Ploychompoo Kittikunchotiwut
Mahasarakham University, Thailand
ploychompoo.k@acc.msu.ac.th

Abstract

Strategic human resource management (SHRM) has emerged as a critical issue concurrently with businesses’ growing emphasis on strategy. Due to the increasing instability in its setting, the business’s response has been to establish a comprehensive internal structure that includes human resource management systems. The key to providing an efficient response is to have an HRM system adapted to strategic needs. This study attempted to investigate the relationship between strategic HR influences and improve organizational engagement and performance. A questionnaire survey was employed in this study, and approximately 406 firms participated. Employees from Thailand’s manufacturing sector were sampled for the study. Findings from our study revealed that administrations could help increase employees’ integration with the business by providing training, participation of the staff in planning and decision-making, and career growth opportunities that they drive observe to be advantageously aimed at them.

Keywords: strategic human resource management; organizational engagement; organizational performance

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