Academy of Strategic Management Journal (Print ISSN: 1544-1458; Online ISSN: 1939-6104)


The Relationship between Human Resource Management Strategies and Regulator Restraint: Evidence from Iraq

Author(s): Dijla Mahdi Mahmoud

The purpose of the research is to identify the type of relationship between resource management strategies and Regulatory restraint, Wasit textile industries was selected for textile industries and leather as a society to the research for being one of the organizations that suffer from the problem of the increasing number of employees and intentional sample research sample was (011) questioners. Distributed (35) of them among the managers and department heads and (65) employees in the company’ s departments. The research adopted five strategies for human resources management (job analysis and design, staffing and recruitment strategy, strategy performance evaluation, Training strategy human resource planning strategy) and the research adopted three strategies of regulatory restraint strategies (employees reduction strategy, work redesign strategy, systematic strategies). The research found a set of conclusions: a large surplus worker and the company’s need to redesign jobs. The research also reached a series of recommendations notably reengineering coefficient in accordance with modern environmental pledges to restore the company's products to the market and meet the market competition of the goods covered and the advancement of the Iraqi industry to occupy a competitive position in the Iraqi environment at least. 

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