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Human Performance Work System is an important part of every organization. It not only manages the system practices for employees but is also dedicated towards employee effectiveness. There are some factors which might be effective towards organizational performance. For example, employee’s performance is the most important part of an organization’s success, relationship between employee and supervisor, sales growth, voluntary turnover, knowledge sharing behavior, employee attitude, and effect on top performers. This literature review reveals that all the factors mentioned above are helpful in contributing towards making organizational performance better except voluntary turnover.
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