“THE IMPACT OF TALENT MANAGEMENT AND EMPLOYEE RECOGNITION ON EMPLOYEE PERFORMANCE”: CASE OF RESEARCH INSTITUTION IN THE STATE OF QATAR
AuthorEL MASRI, NADINE
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The purpose of this project is to provide insight into talent management and employee recognition variables, in an effort to understand if these Human Resources practices are, in a way, implemented in the Research Institutions in Qatar. It also aims to suggest the pathway to improve the current practices, if any, in order to enhance the employee performance. The sample of the study consisted of 180 employees who were randomly selected and surveyed using an online personalized questionnaire. The results of empirical research uncover that talent management and employee recognition can significantly affect the level of employee performance, as well contributing to the organizational success and positioning. This study also found that talent management and employee recognition are interrelated variables that affect employee performance. Talent management and employee performance are seen as strategic tools to implement strategic objectives and to enhance employees and organization’s performance. The study concludes with a set of recommendations for both HR practitioners and managers working at the research institutions in Qatar. It calls upon them to assess their current practices and initiatives in the areas of talent management and employee recognition that they currently adopt to strive ways of improvement if needed as they directly affect the employee performance.
- Master of Business Administration [47 items ]