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    Volume 3 Number 6 June 2018

Does Organization’s HR Practices Stimulates Employee’s Thriving at Work?

Pages: 37-45
Authors: Shama Sadaqat
Abstract
The main idea of the paper was to describe the impact of human resource (HR) practices namely Quality of work life; Competence based management and Employee participation on thriving of employees at work place. With the help of previous literature review a research gap was identified and this study highlighted some new constructs of thriving at workplace. Moreover, study aimed to explore various relationships where thriving matters. It is found that thriving at workplace is strongly affected by Quality of work life and Competence based management, the two distinct HR practices. However Employee participation another important HR practice does not impact employees thriving at work. This might be due to the nature of organization under study that is commercial banks, where policies are made at state level and just implemented at organizational level. Hence banking sector requires to boost the employees thriving at work by proper implementation of HR Practices.

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