Evaluating HR Practices on Organizational Productivity with the Mediation Effect of Employee Satisfaction Evidences from Higher Education Sectors of Karachi Pakistan
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KeywordsHR Practices; Higher education sectors; Organizational productivity; Pakistan; Training and Development; Job satisfaction;
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