Academy of Marketing Studies Journal (Print ISSN: 1095-6298; Online ISSN: 1528-2678)


Influence of Human Resource Management Practices on Employee Job Satisfaction with Special Reference to Small Scale Manufacturing Enterprises

Author(s): Shital Deshmukh, Pavan Kumar Balivada, Vibhuti Tyagi,Indira Singh, Krishan Kumar Garg and Shikha Gupta

An important topic of study in organisational studies is the link between Human Resource Management (HRM) practises and how happy employees are with their jobs. It's important for companies, especially Small Scale Manufacturing Enterprises (SSMEs), to know how HRM practises affect employee satisfaction as the modern workplace changes all the time. To be satisfied with your job, you need to feel good about your physical, mental, and emotional responses to your workplace. How well HRM practises work has a big impact on these responses, which in turn affects employees' general health and productivity. Small and medium-sized businesses (SSMEs) may have a more flexible organisational structure and a close-knit work culture. This means that HRM practises can have a big impact on job happiness. As a result, it is important to understand how HRM practises affect not only job satisfaction but also the culture and success of small and medium-sized businesses as a whole. When it comes to small and medium-sized businesses (SSMEs), HRM practises have a more complex effect on job happiness because these businesses have limited resources, unique operational challenges, and a close-knit work environment. This study will help both academics and business people by shedding light on best practises that can improve the working conditions of small and medium-sized businesses (SSMEs), leading to a more efficient and happy workforce. HRM practises and employee job satisfaction in the specific context of small-scale manufacturing enterprises is what this study tries to look into.

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