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Atallah Alsharah,
Volume 34, Issue 4 (12-2023)

In developing countries, Human Resources (HR) is considered one of the most important factors that lead to the improvement and successful organization of employee performance. Human Resources Management (HRM) practices play an effective role in this performance, as this is evident through the impact of talent management on HRM practices, which leads to increasing and improving the production process for employees and making them possess high quality. Given the importance of this topic, the current study aims to determine the impact of the moderating role of Talent Management (TM) on HRM practices, which include good training, recruitment, performance evaluation, and remuneration system, on the institutional performance (IP) of Jordanian pharmaceutical companies. The study population includes employees of 13 pharmaceutical companies listed on the Amman Stock Exchange in Jordan. A random sample of 250 employees was taken. An electronic questionnaire was sent to the employees via e-mail. The 216 valid questionnaires were found, and the response rate was 86%. Two approaches, descriptive and analytical, were used due to their suitability to the nature of this work. The results obtained indicated that there is a significant positive impact of HRM practices (recruitment, training, performance evaluation, and remuneration system) on IP in Jordanian pharmaceutical companies. In addition, it was found that there is a positive impact of the moderating role of TM on the relationship between HRM practices and IP in these companies. Our study recommends that HRM practices can be used as strategic tools to align with long-term goals, invest in high-potential employees, provide performance growth opportunities, and create a collaborative work environment.

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