Publisher: University of Calabar

A Study of The Relationship Between Human Resource Policies and Employee Satisfaction In The Private Telecommunication Service Providers In Lucknow City of India

Vijay, Pratap Singh
KEYWORDS: Human resource policies, Compensation policy, Welfare Policy, Work life policy, Recruitment policy, Reward and recognition policy, Career growth policy, Environment created by policies and employee job satisfaction

ABSTRACT:

HR policies provide an organization with a mechanism to manage risk by staying up to date with current trends in employment standards and legislation. The policies must be framed in a manner that the companies vision & the human resource helping the company to achieve it or work towards it are at all levels benefited and at the same time not deviated from their main objective. This study therefore examines the contribution of Human resource policies i.e. Compensation policy, Welfare Policy, Work life policy, Recruitment policy, Reward and recognition policy and Career growth policy to their significance relationship with the employee job satisfaction in the Private telecommunication service providers. Descriptive research design is adopted for the study. One hundred and fifty (150) respondents from private telecommunication service providers were selected to answer the questionnaire. The result showed that there exists a significant relationship between the human resource policies and the employee job satisfaction.

HR policies provide an organization with a mechanism to manage risk by staying up to date with
current trends in employment standards and legislation. The policies must be framed in a manner that
the companies vision & the human resource helping the company to achieve it or work towards it are
at all levels benefited and at the same time not deviated from their main objective. This study
therefore examines the contribution of Human resource policies i.e. Compensation policy, Welfare
Policy, Work life policy, Recruitment policy, Reward and recognition policy and Career growth
policy to their significance relationship with the employee job satisfaction in the Private
telecommunication service providers. Descriptive research design is adopted for the study. One
hundred and fifty (150) respondents from private telecommunication service providers were selected
to answer the questionnaire. The result showed that there exists a significant relationship between the
human resource policies and the employee job satisfaction.


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