The Role HR Analytics, Performance Pay and HR Involvement in influencing Job Satisfaction and Firm Performance
The present study is pioneer in examining the combined effects of HR Involvement, Performance Pay practices and HR Analytics in determining job satisfaction (JOS). Given the vitality of JOS in raising firm’s performance growth, the current study further investigates the influence of HR analytics, job satisfaction and HR involvement in driving organizational performance. Given the limited empirical work in this regard, the current study would add greater value to the existing literature in identifying the critical association of HR, IT and Performance nexus. The results of partial least square structural equation modelling confirm that HR analytics, performance pay practices and HR involvement have positively and significantly impact on job satisfaction. Moreover, the results of partial least square equation modelling displaying likewise demonstrate that HR analytics, HR involvement and Job satisfaction have a positive and significant impact on firm performance in multinational firms of Malaysia. Technical speaking, the results of partial least square modelling affirm that the three components, i.e., HR analytics, performance pay, and HR involvement are significantly and positively impact on firm performance in different multinational firms in Malaysia. Finally, the results suggested that HR analytics, HR involvement and job satisfaction are positive and significant contributors to enhance the performance of multinational firms in Malaysia.