Determinants of Employees Outstanding Performance in Public Corporations: Strategic Human Resource Management Perspectives of Organisational Development and Sustainability
Abdul Amid Aziz Jalloh1, Feng Ming2
1Abdul Amid Aziz Jalloh,* PhD Scholar: School of Economics and Business Administration, Chongqing University– China.
2Professor Feng Ming, School of Economics and Business Administration, Chongqing University– China.
Manuscript received on September 02, 2020. | Revised Manuscript received on September 13, 2020. | Manuscript published on September 15, 2020. | PP: 30-40 | Volume-5 Issue-1, September 2020. | Retrieval Number: 100.1/ijmh.A1125095120 | DOI: 10.35940/ijmh.A1125.095120
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Abstract: Performance management is a strategic component of organisations operationswhich requires careful assessment of its constituents. Success of every institution is determined by its performance management system which ensures the provision of adequate tools that enhances outstanding performance. This study examined determinants of employee outstanding performance in corporate institutions with strategic human resource management perspectives of organisational development and sustainability. In this regard, the study critically reviewed pieces of literature published on issues relating to employee performance, which facilitated the discoveryof great concerns of exceptional performance. In order to addressgaps identified, the study employed descriptive quantitative and correlational methods which facilitated the gathering, classification and presentation of data that led to descriptive analysis, discussions and objective conclusion of the study. Nevertheless;obtaining first-hand information was enhanced through the distribution of 300 questionnaires to sample units. Data obtained from sample units was analysed, using Descriptive statistics and Persian correlation. Processed data shows the significance of training and employee development as key element towards improving performance in several facets of organisational operations. However, further facts discoveredestablished that, high employee engagement facilitate effective employer-employee relationship,which shows motivational values and employees worth that prompt institutions workforce todemonstrate commitment towards organisations success. In addition, financial reward was classified as the principal motivator and its judicious use,emphasised by respondents, could influence employees towards exceptional performance.Persian Correlation established significant relationships described thus: Institutions with efficient performance management systems ensures staff capacity building which increasesemployees’competency level.On the other hand, effective engagement and allocation of financial and no-financial rewards generate an outstanding workforce that leads to organisational development and competitive advantage. In consideration to the foregoing facts, this study is significant to human resource management specialists, training and development consultants and corporate institutions in Sierra Leonne.
Keywords: Determinants, Employee Outstanding Performance, Public Corporations, Strategic Human Resource Management, Organisational Development, Sustainability.