THE IMPACT OF HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT STRATEGY ON ORGANIZATIONAL COMPETENCIES DEVELOPMENT
- Human Resources Management, Human Resources Strategy, Development of organizational competencies.
- İnsan Kaynakları Yönetimi, İnsan Kaynakları Stratejisi, Organizasyonel Yetkinliklerin Geliştirilmesi
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The researchers through this study aimed at determining The Impact of Human Resource Management Strategy (HRMS) on organizational competencies development, the methodology was chosen for the study undertaken is a descriptive-analytical method. The software SPSS (statistical package for Social Sciences) version 19 has been applied in the statistical analysis. Moreover, the researchers have used the tools of Regression. The study population included all Human Resources Managers and Supervisors of companies. The sampling method used in this study is stratified sampling, with a population size of 200 HR managers and supervisors from Egypt. The results of the regression analysis show that human resources management strategy has a positive effect on organizational competencies development.
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