Human Resources Practices Influence on Project Success: Case of Project- Based Construction Organizations in District Lahore, Punjab
Keywords:HRM practices, project success, construction firms, Lahore-Punjab-Pakistan
This research aims to determine, hypothesize and theorize the significance of human resource management (HRM) practices towards project success and performance in the project-based construction businesses of district Lahore-Punjab-Pakistan. The effective HRM is considered as foundation of significant and supportable competitive power and pillar for the Construction organizations. It supports and leads to success of projects and business, however there is lack gap of extensive studies to fairly portray the conceptual model of HRM practices, staff and businesses and projects success relations specifically in the construction firms of district Lahore. The wide-ranging research works recognized the HRM-factors and project success association. After reviewing the extant literature on HRM and performance, different conceptualization has emerged. The most important with regards to HRM practices to understand the firms succeed in its goals and objectives of project success. The primary data obtained through self-administered questionnaire. Using random sampling, a sample of 150 survey questionnaires were distributed among the employees of construction firms and 130 valid survey form were returned. The statistical treatment on data set was carried out in SPSS. It is concluded that the HRM practices have positive impact on success of project in the firms. This research may significantly contribute to HRM framework tend to enhance project performance in the construction sector of Punjab-Pakistan.
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