E ISSN: 2583-049X

International Journal of Advanced Multidisciplinary Research and Studies

Volume 4, Issue 2, 2024

Analyzing Theories of the Employee Performance in Firms

Author(s): Le Trung Thanh, Nguyen Van Hau


Human resources are the key factor affecting the development of a firm. They are people who have been working in many different positions in an organization. Therefore, they are directly responsible for business and creative activities, creating competitive advantages for the enterprise. Therefore, given the importance of human resources, human resource management is always given top priority. All members, from management to employees, need to grasp basic knowledge about their work as well as their responsibilities towards the company's common goals. In addition, company leaders must be able to motivate employees to best complete the set goals. This study systematizes perspectives and theories on employee performance in firms to help firms improve the quality of their human resources and thereby contribute to achieving their goals. Building a theoretical basis for employee performance and human resource quality depends on the support of the manager, the views of the manager, the head of the human resources department, the regulations on human resource management, the development of information technology, and the attitudes of users and workers. This research is not only meaningful for firms in improving employee performance, thereby improving the quality of human resources to improve business performance and expand business scale, but also has meaning for researchers when studying human resources.

Keywords: Theory, Employee Performance, Firms, Human Resources

Pages: 357-360

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