GASPRO International Journal of Eminent Scholars
COMPARATIVE STUDY OF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT PRACTICES AND WORKERS PRODUCTIVITY IN MULTINATIONAL AND INDIGENOUS FIRMS IN GERMANY
The study investigated a comparative study of human resource management practices and workers’ productivity in multinational and indigenous construction firms in Germany. The population of this study comprised of large and medium (MCFs and ICFs) operating within Germany. The study adopted survey research approach. Data obtained from respondents was analysed using percentages, mean item score to analyse respondents’ ranked opinions based on the 5-point Likert scale. Spearman Ranked Correlation was used to analyse effects of HRM practices on workers’ productivity while Mann-Whitney U-test was used to compare the practices of MCFs and ICFs. It was concluded that there is significant difference in HRM practices of indigenous construction firms (ICFs) and that of multinational construction companies (MCFs) in the study area. Also, there is significant difference in workers’ productivity between indigenous and multinational construction firms. It was therefore recommended that the construction industries in Germany should internalize good welfare services and effective labor policies.
DR TIMOTHY G. YOUNG
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