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|Abstract : Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris|
|The purpose of this study is to investigate the overall influence of the human resource practices that contributes in organizational commitment and human resource outcomes. These practices are of significant value and can playa pivotal role in small and medium enterprises growth. The study is quantitative in nature. Field survey method was used to collect the primary data from 311 small and medium enterprises operating in Karachi, Pakistan. The data was analyzed by using descriptive statistics, correlation, t-test, ANOY A, multiple regression and MANOY A analysis. Findings revealed that human resource practices, organizational commitment and human resource outcomes executed at moderate level in small and medium enterprises. The study reported positive relationship among human resource practices, organizational commitment and human resource outcomes. The analysis also showed that all human resource practices variables are significantly predict the variance in organizational commitment and human resource outcomes. Moreover, the regression results indicated that organizational commitment does not influenced the relationship between human resource practices and human resource outcomes. Overall results suggested that human resource outcomes and organizational commitment are activated by human resource practices. In light of the findings it is cleared that small and medium enterprise owners/managers can maximize the organizational commitment and human resource outcomes through human resource practices. This study reported the impact of human resource practices on organizational commitment and human resource outcomes in small and medium enterprises and hence contributed to existing knowledge by reporting empirical proves. Consequently this study is considered as the pioneering research in context of Pakistan.|
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