HRM Practices and it Impact on Employee Satisfaction: A Case of Pharmaceutical Companies in Bangladesh

Authors

  • Mostafizur Rahman
  • Rafia Akhter
  • Solaiman Chowdhury
  • Saiful Islam
  • Reiazul Haque

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.20525/ijrbs.v2i3.74

Keywords:

HRM, Employee Satisfaction, z-test, Bangladesh

Abstract

The manufacturing and service sectors in Bangladesh have been growing rapidly since the beginning of twenty first century. From the beginning of the industrial development in Bangladesh, some sectors including pharmaceutical are demonstrating  extraordinary performance in manufacturing process. The study has been conducted on four large scale pharmaceutical companies based on their employees’ response. Various statistical tools were used including mean, z-test, proportion analysis etc. to analyze the satisfaction level of employees upon the critical aspects of human resource management practices. In this study, it has been aimed to assess the employee satisfaction on human resource management practices of pharmaceutical companies in Bangladesh. The human resource management practices are directly linked with the human resources of any organization. The findings of this study illustrate that the recruitment & selection, and training & development are in state of employee satisfaction level except all other aspects of human resource management practices are poor. For the success of the pharmaceutical companies it is crucial time to make the workforce more effective and efficient by practicing the human resource management aspects in their every level of work life.

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Published

2013-07-03

How to Cite

Rahman, M., Akhter, R., Chowdhury, S., Islam, S., & Haque, R. (2013). HRM Practices and it Impact on Employee Satisfaction: A Case of Pharmaceutical Companies in Bangladesh. International Journal of Research in Business and Social Science (2147- 4478), 2(3), 62–67. https://doi.org/10.20525/ijrbs.v2i3.74

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