Yaduveer Singh Chauhan, N. K. Patel


This study aims at exploring the impact of Human Resource Management (HRM) practices on job satisfaction (JS) in the context of hotel Industry. JS means sense of inner fulfillment and pride achieved when performing a particular job. The population of study cover the selected staff of hotels and the sample size of 88 employees were selected, using the simple random sample techniques. The survey instrument used in the collection of data was the questionnaire. This study is limited to only five hotels of Udaipur division. It was found that HRM practices have significant association with JS. In addition, recruitment and selection, working condition and carrier growth were found to have positive impact on JS. The hypotheses were tested, and valid result was achieved i.e. impact of HRM practices on job satisfaction. In this study, some statistical measures such as Z-test, mean and proportion analysis is used to examine employee’s satisfaction. Conclusion and recommendations were discussed and limitations of the research are revealed.


HRM Practices; Hotel Industry; Job Satisfaction; Udaipur Division

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