Proactive Personality, Human Resource Management Practices, and Job Performance: A Case of Banking Sector Employees in Malaysia
Keywords:Human resource management practices, Proactive personality, Job performance, Banking sector, Malaysia
The study aims to examine the influence of human resource management (HRM) practices and proactive personality on job performance. HRM practices comprised of compensation and benefits, training and development, and performance appraisal and achievement. Employees who participated in the study are employees of commercial banks located in Klang Valley. The results reported that compensation and benefits and proactive personality have a significant and positive influence on job performance. Discussions delineated on the predicting role of compensation and benefits and proactive personality in boosting job performance among employees in the study. Theoretical implications in terms of Social Exchange Theory and Self-Determination Theory are highlighted while practical implications are also brought to fore. Finally, limitations, directions for future research, and conclusion are also presented.