The Role of Human Resources Management Practices Represented by Employee’s Recruitment and Training and Motivating in Realization Competitive Advantage

Marwan M. Shammot

Abstract


The present study identified role of human resource management in the realization of competitiveness in
Industrial Organizations and has focused primarily on some important issues related to human resource
management selection, training, motivating, attracting, employing, evaluating employees, and the setting of
salaries, fees and rewards and the realization of competitiveness among business organizations. This paper has
undergone for the evolution of HRM from past to present will be discussed in a theoretical concept. Then the
role of human resources for organizations to gain competitive advantage and the innovations in HRM in the 21st
century will be analyzed in a strategic view. Data was drawn from a sample of two industrial business
organizations in the city of Amman. The study results showed that there is a significance relationship between
the factors such as; raining, motivating, attracting, employing, evaluating employees, and the setting of salaries,
fees and rewards of employees and workers and the realization of competitiveness among industrial business
organizations. And this result is consistent with the outcome of previous studies.

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