The Impact of Talent Management Strategies on the Employees’ Performance in the Ministry of Social Affairs and Labor MOSAL in the State of Kuwait


  •  Abdullah Sultan Saleh Al-Majroob    
  •  Mohammad Abdelkareem al Raggad    
  •  Abeer Fawaz Al-Abadi    

Abstract

Talent management is of great importance to organizations in the public and private sectors, and this study aims to test the impact of talent management strategies on the employees’ performance in the Ministry of Social Affairs and Labor MOSAL in the State of Kuwait. The researchers conducted a study of a practical nature (Empirical) based on the discovery of cause and effect relationships (Causal & effect) between variables. The study population included employees of the Ministry of Social Affairs and Labor in Kuwait. The researchers decided to choose a convenience sample of 150 employees to distribute the questionnaire of the study.

It is found that there is an impact of Talent Management Strategies on the employees’ performance in the Ministry of Social Affairs and Labor MOSAL in the State of Kuwait. The researchers recommended that employees in the Ministry of Social Affairs and Labor in Kuwait should be involved in the process of developing plans related to their work.



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  • ISSN(Print): 1913-1844
  • ISSN(Online): 1913-1852
  • Started: 2007
  • Frequency: monthly

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