FEMALE TALENT MANAGEMENT PRACTICES AND SUSTAINABLE FIRM PERFORMANCE IN SAUDI ARABIA: BUILDING THE RELATIONSHIP THROUGH PERCEIVED ORGANIZATIONAL SUPPORT
Keywords:Talent management, talent attraction, talent development, talent engagement, talent identification, perceived organizational support, firm performance, females
Indirectly and through perceived organizational support (POS), the study investigates female talent management (TM) practices and sustainable firm performance in Saudi Arabia. The conception of the study is supported by active domain literature. The study uses a quantitative approach and cross-sectional data from Saudi Arabian female multinational corporations. To bring the study to a close, 390 genuine examples were used. A strong beneficial impact of TM aspects, including talent acquisition (TA), talent development (TD), talent engagement (TE), and talent identification (TI) on firm performance (FP), is revealed by route analysis through Analysis of Moment Structures (AMOS). Additionally, the study discovers a solid positive relationship between POS and FP. Lastly, POS mediates TA, TD, TE, TI, and FP interactions. The study’s conclusions would give policymakers insightful information to help them create TM strategies and improve FP. The report would also advocate for developing influential organizations to boost female talent utilization. The study’s results would also support other Gulf countries’ empirical research, adding to the body of knowledge in the field.
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