The Effect of Human Resource Management Practices on Deposit Money Bank Employee Productivity

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Ekoeng Kalechi
Ịheanechọ Jemielu


The research studied the impact of human resource management techniques on the productivity of Nigerian deposit money institutions. The information for this research came from structured questions that were delivered to chosen deposit money institutions in Yola Metropolis. There were 193 questionnaires distributed in all, however only 166 were successfully recovered and examined. In order to estimate the effects of human resource management practice on employee productivity in the selected organization, the study used descriptive statistics and the multiple regression technique. The correlation coefficient was also used to test the extent to which human resource management is related to employee productivity. Human resource planning (HRP), recruitment and selection (RS), staff training and development (TRD), and performance appraisal (PA) were found to have a positive impact on employee productivity in the selected deposit money banks in Nigeria and were properly signed, implying that they were in line with the study's theoretical expectations. At the 5% level, the F-statistics 5.242014, which examined the combined significance of the parameter estimations, was deemed statistically significant, as evidenced by the associated probability value of 0.025272. This means that in the chosen deposit money institutions in Nigeria, all of the model's variables were jointly and statistically significant in determining employee productivity. Finally, this study found that human resource management practices in Nigerian deposit money institutions had a favorable and substantial impact on employee productivity

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