The Impact of Selective Human Resources Management Practices on the Employee’s Competences at Jordanian Private Universities. Case Study on Applied Science, Philadelphia, and Al-zaytoneh Universities.

abdallah shibli alshibli

الملخص


This study aimed to explore the impact of the selective Human Resources Management Practices (Recruitment & Selection, Training, Performance Appraisal, and Compensation) on the employee’s competences (Knowledge, Skills, and Attitudes) at Jordanian private universities (Applied science, Philadelphia, and Alzaytoneh). The study population consisted of the human resources working at the Jordanian private universities researched were (1478); samples of (104) employees were selected. The researcher distributed the questionnaires to collect the primary data, and the SPSS statistical program of social studies was used.
The study findings revealed that the selective Human Resources Management Practices (HRMP, s) are widely used and had appositive strong size effect on the employee’s competences (knowledge, skills, and attitudes) at Jordanian private universities (Applied science, Philadelphia and Alzaytoneh).
Based on the study results the researcher recommends that Jordanian private universities have to take the necessary actions to adapt appropriate Human Resources Management Practices (Recruitment & Selection, Training, Performance Appraisal, and Compensation) that develop the employees competences (Knowledge, Skills, and Attitudes) to achieve the competitive advantages for their universities.

الكلمات المفتاحية


Human Resources Management Practices, Employee’s Competences, and Jordanian Private Universities.

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