Evaluating HR Practices on Organizational Productivity with the Mediation Effect of Employee Satisfaction Evidences from Higher Education Sectors of Karachi Pakistan


  • Muhammad Masood Mir
  • Hafiz Muhammad Sharif
  • Nousheen Abbas Naqvi


HR Practices, Higher education sectors, Organizational productivity, Pakistan, Training and Development, Job satisfaction, HR Practices, Higher education sectors, Organizational productivity, Pakistan, raining and Development, Job satisfaction


In the fast moving era, Human resource management is considered as the most important department in terms of organizational efficiency as well as for getting a competitive advantage, so the HR department and its functions should be aligning with the organization for enhancing performance of the organization. Therefore this study aims to highlight the factors which are important for an HR to follow for enhancing the organizational productivity as well as increase the satisfaction level of the employees within the higher education sector of Karachi, Pakistan. The data from 100 samples was collected through structured closed ended questionnaire of the various Higher education sectors of Karachi, Pakistan with a systematic random sampling. Furthermore, the reliability and validity has been tested though cronbach’s alpha and for the validation of data EFA is used, and specifying total components taken in this research. It was found that HR practices like work environment, training and development (T&D), performance appraisal (PA), Compensation (COMP), and supervision support (SS) have a positive influence on Organizational Productivity (OP) with the true mediation of Job satisfaction (JS). Organization should focus on T&D programs to increase the productivity of the organization and Job satisfaction.