HR Management Practices and HR Performance: The Role of Procedural Justice. An Empirical Investigation of Automotive Industry Companies in Morocco

  • Hamid Latif Hassan First University Settat, Morocco
  • Mohammed Faridi Hassan First University Settat, Morocco
  • Jaouad Rharzouz Hassan First University Settat, Morocco
Keywords: HRM Practices, Procedural Justice, HR Performance

Abstract

Given the centrality of human capital within organizations, many scientific works have focused on this issue. These studies focus in particular on analyzing the link between HRM practices and corporate performance. In large part, the results of previous studies confirm this relationship, while the modalities of influence remain to bediscovered. In Morocco, very few publications have addressed this issue. Thus, our research aims to understand the interaction between HRM practices, procedural justice, and HR performance, using the automotive industry as aground for empirical investigation. To achieve this, we administered a questionnaire to the HR managers of these companies. Based on 65 responsesobtained, the results indicate that incentives and work organization practices indirectly influence HR performance level, while procedural justice plays the intermediary role between the two variables.

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Published
2019-11-30
How to Cite
Latif, H., Faridi, M., & Rharzouz, J. (2019). HR Management Practices and HR Performance: The Role of Procedural Justice. An Empirical Investigation of Automotive Industry Companies in Morocco. European Scientific Journal, ESJ, 15(31), 81. https://doi.org/10.19044/esj.2019.v15n31p81