Exploring the Impact of Human Resource Management on Job Performance and Organization Commitment-Job Satisfaction as a Mediating Variable

  • 郭 書敏

Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis


This study aims to explore the impact of human resource management on job performance and commitments with job satisfaction as the mediating variable using Taiwan’s general worker as the research subjects Survey method and statistical analysis were applied to verify the research hypotheses The empirical results indicate the established research variables have an inseparable relationship in today’s business environment Academic research published from both local and foreign study show the necessity of implementing human resource management This research aimed to provide recommendations to business owners and managers to ensure sustainable business operation in today’s highly competitive business environment
Date of Award2019
Original languageEnglish
SupervisorQuey-Jen Yeh (Supervisor)

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