Significant Effects of Human Resource Management Practices on Open and Distance Teacher Educator (ODTE) Development: In Bangladesh Perspective
The purpose of the present study is to examine the significant effects of HRM practices on open and distance teacher educator (ODTE) development in Bangladesh. ODTE development is claimed to be a new human resource development practice through selected human resource management practices (human resource development climate, performance appraisal, training, manpower planning and recruitment & selection) that distance teacher training college in Bangladesh can use in order to cope with the uncertainty of competitive educational conditions. However, in the open and distance education and teacher training college community the concepts remain new. Therefore, the concept requires rigorous seminal studies to validate it. Given that practical use of HRM practices have outstripped the currently available research evidence, fundamental questions as which variables most contribute to ODTE development and how and why the benefit individual open and distance teacher educator and teacher training colleges, still require answers. A total of 360- open and distance teacher educator from thirty teacher training college in Bangladesh participated in this study. Data were collected through questionnaires. The Partial Least Squires approach to Structural Equation Modeling (PLS-SEM) was the main statistical technique employed in the study. The findings of the study revealed that, human resource development climate, performance appraisal, training, manpower planning and recruitment & selection were found to have a significant effects on ODTE development. Consequently open and distance teacher training colleges should focus on training, performance appraisal, human resource development climate, manpower planning and recruitment & selection in order to make HRM practices more effective and productive.// Paper ID 50
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