The impact of HR practices on employee motivation and performance’
Cardiff Metropolitan University
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The purpose of this dissertation is to research into the title; ‘The impact of HR practices on employee motivation and performance’. Therefore, the main question asked is what impact do HR practices have on employee motivation and performance? The aims and objectives of this research are based on four areas, which include; analysing the meaning of HR, the importance of HR in organisational output, what factors affect job satisfaction in the workplace and to identify factors that motivate employees. The method used in this research is qualitative research. This method was used to conduct interviews with employees who work within an organisation that have their own HR department. This was relevant as it refers back to the aims and objectives of this research.
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