Impact of Effective Implementation of HR Practices on Employee Performance in Pharmacy Business in Thailand
The study was about the examination of the association between practices of Human Resource (development and training, organizational justice and rewards and compensation) and performance of employees. The chosen methodology for assessing this relationship was quantitative data analysis and data was collected through primary resources. The instrument used for data collection was a questionnaire, and questionnaires filled from 217 respondents (HR manager, sales manager, supervisors, and labor). At the end of the study, it was concluded that the most impactful variable is rewards and compensation. The physical existence of these variables attracts employees’ more attention in comparison to other relevant variables. Employees’ development and training and organizational justice were also shown a noteworthy relationship. It was summed up that equal career opportunities encourage the employee to perform better and fair procedures to help them in their job satisfaction and job motivation. The recommendation for this was to include more relevant variables such as performance appraisal and data analysis method should be based on both quantitative and qualitative methods.