irza hanie abu samah

irza hanie abu samah
Universiti Teknologi Malaysia | UTM · Department of Human Resource Development

Doctor of Philosophy Human Resource Management

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irza hanie abu samah currently works at the School of Business Innovation and Technopreneurship, Universiti Malaysia Perlis. irza hanie does research in Quantitative Social Research.

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High mobility rate among women has made them more vulnerable in the road environment. Lifestyle changes have urged many women to increase their mobility due to accommodate current demand. Therefore, women are exposed to the risk of accidents as many of them are populated in the road environment. However, most studies and instrumentation on-road env...
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A study of communication processes forms inside intercultural marriages will profit numerous people, especially couples who are occupied with such connections. At the point when people find out about other people who experience comparative impediments or conditions, they can reexamine their own circumstance with a progressively exact focal point. C...
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Some drivers think that seatbelt is not important, and some even not wearing it when driving a car. The awareness of using a seatbelt is questionable around the world. Even there are enough enforcement and rules, people may tend to forget or just ignore it. Some factors can lead or prevent someone from using a seatbelt, somehow the essence is alway...
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Today, car safety has become the main concern for every car manufacturer in Malaysia. It requires good employees and management practices in sustaining the value of safety features in producing cars. Human resource plays a greater role in every organization including the car manufacturing industry. The value of a company is greater when they have e...
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This paper investigated how several perceptions of Human Resource (HR) practices such as pay, promotion, benefits, and recognition played some significant roles in determining employees' satisfaction among the Royal Malaysia Police (RMP). Also, this paper revealed some knowledge on the most influential perceptions of HR practices towards increasing...
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This paper investigates the history of the Malay Sultanates. The study on the Malay Sultanates will effectively assist us in understanding the concept of Federation because it served as the impetus for the emergence of the Malay States which constitute what Malaysia is today. It is found that Malaysia was not a creation from the alleged social co...
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This paper views the emergence of the present Malay Sultanates from the historical perspective. Furthermore, as it is one of the important elements in Malaysian history, a close study of the Malay Sultanates would enhance interest in Malay history and promote unity among Malaysian citizens. It is based on the Malay classical literary texts of Sejar...
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Employee engagement is crucial for any organization to maintain the best employees' commitment hence leading to organizational performance. Vast researches are done in measuring employee engagement in the services sector, which many organizational factors that been studied are to see its direct influence on employee engagement. However, research on...
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This study is conducted to examine the impacts of organizational commitment and leadership behavior on Organizational Citizenship Behavior (OCB) among workers in the manufacturing sector. Although OCB is not considered as a formal duty as expected in the organization; however, it is very crucial to be enhanced among all types of workers including t...
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The advancement in Information and Technology (ICT) has brought more and latest developments to various fields of the manufacturing and services industry. Once, there was a modern technology which is being introduced in the banking industries which is known as the Automated Teller Machine (ATM) system. ATM is designated to perform the most essentia...
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In hotel sector, providing the best hospitality is the main agenda. Due to that, many researchers in the area of management and business were trying to find factors that could lead to delivering better services for the customers. So far, many factors could enhance service quality in the hotel. It can be from the management, system, and people of th...
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This paper serves to explain the conceptual performance in archery that affected by psychological relatedness factor. Coaches, teammates and athlete play important role in every sport. Distinguishing and understanding each factor of psychological relatedness is important in determining the athlete's performance. The inter-relatedness between coach...
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Zakat always play as an important element for Muslims and it is the funding for Muslims community itself. The completion of this study will help to understanding the zakat concept among Muslim community in Malaysia and at the same time will increase the collection of zakat by zakat institution for Muslim development purpose. The effect of attitude...
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mployee in the organization always the core of the activities implemented in the company without engaged employee, organization would remain constants and there are slim chances for organization to survive in the future. Our world has view the importance of employee engagement in the organization that act as energy to empower all employees to boost...
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Graduates quality has become a major issue recently especially in today’s scenario. Graduates quality can be varying when it perceived by employers. Different sector of industry has different standard of quality. The interpretation of employers towards graduates counts the job placement of graduates. It is hard to standardized quality across indust...
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The present study investigated the relationships between the three factors of Theory of Planned Behavior (TPB) and entrepreneurial intention among students from the Technical Secondary School in Malaysia. This study utilized the survey (questionnaire) method. A total of 163 respondents which consisted of the Year 4 students from one of the Technica...
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This research explores the impact of organizational culture on expatriate’s working performance at Universiti Malaysia Perlis. The factors that affect expatriate’s job performance are important in enabling expatriates to acquire essential competencies that allow them to complete their tasks in workplace. This research was a survey (questionnaires)...
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The main objective of this present study is to reveal the role of trust as a mediator in the relationship between organizational justice and performance appraisal satisfaction. This study is carried out by distributing questionnaire among 340 staffs. In this research, the questionnaire is administered to staffs from various schools in one of the Ma...
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The purpose of this study is to investigate factor of vendor selection and employees’ morale towards human resource outsourcing decision in organization. Study was conducted in Melaka within private organizations. Questionnaire was distributed and only 60 respondents were collected back. Data analysis was perform using SPSS version 21. Findings sho...
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In Malaysia, there is a profusion evidence of high graduates' unemployment since many graduates are found lacking of what are needed to acquire and to maintain their jobs. This study explored career adaptability would have influence on intention to leave the organization and their career. Data collected in a standardized manner through simple rando...
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The main objective of this present study is to reveal the role of trust as a mediator in the relationship between organizational justice and performance appraisal satisfaction. This study is carried out by distributing questionnaire among 340 staffs. In this research, the questionnaire is administered to staffs from various schools in one of the Ma...
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The present study investigated the relationships between the three factors of Theory of Planned Behaviour (TPB) and entrepreneurial intention among students from the Technical Secondary School in Malaysia. This study utilized the survey (questionnaire) method. A total of 163 respondents which consisted of the Year 4 students from one of the Technic...
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The purpose of this research is to investigate the role of organizational commitment (OC) as a moderator in the relationship between organizational justice (OJ) and organizational citizenship behaviour (OCB) towards employees' turnover intention (TI) in Malaysia. The data was gathered through survey method from 175 respondents in one of the public...
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The purpose of this research is to investigate the role of organizational commitment (OC) as a moderator in the relationship between organizational justice (OJ) and organizational citizenship behaviour (OCB) towards employees' turnover intention (TI) in Malaysia. The data was gathered through survey method from 175 respondents in one of the public...
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The purpose of this research is to investigate the role of organizational commitment (OC) as a moderator in the relationship between organizational justice (OJ) and organizational citizenship behaviour (OCB) towards employees’ turnover intention (TI) in Malaysia. The data was gathered through survey method from 175 respondents in one of the public...
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The purpose of this research is to investigate the role of organizational commitment (OC) as a moderator in the relationship between organizational justice (OJ) and organizational citizenship behaviour (OCB) towards employees' turnover intention (TI) in Malaysia. The data was gathered through survey method from 175 respondents in one of the public...
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Almost decades, scholars have found that sport as a medium for development. Since then, study among sport and development has widely been discussed. The importance of sport participation among youth is that it can generate a healthy lifestyle of the youngster, and preventing youth to fulfill their leisure time with negative activities. This study,...
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Leader always play as an integral part in our daily life. No matter where on earth we are living the elements of leadership always exists in one's community. The purpose of this study is to investigate the importance of perceived leadership elements which is leadership decision making, leadership style, and leadership change flexibility. The study...
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ARTICLE INFO ABSTRACT Over the last decade, fast food restaurant in Malaysia has witnessed immense growth and it is now catering to almost 100 million profits. In order to sustain customer loyalty, fast food restaurants are striving to achieve high customers' satisfaction through improved of facilities and better price. This study investigated the...
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Youth employability has been discussed by many scholars across boundaries. Indeed, it is an important topic in relating to the graduates of all places. Higher learning institutions have produce thousands of graduates every year but the job opportunities are very small in the market. The demand of employment world has imposed graduates becoming tran...
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Satisfaction of an athlete is important to indicate intrinsic motivation. Satisfaction is a feeling that rises from the perception, mind and thinking of and individual. Individual satisfaction upon group or teammates somehow may influence on intrinsic motivation. This study was conducted during the National Open Competition Games (Archery) in Malay...
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Social mobilization is a proactive measure for community development that salvages the society from destruction and disaster. From sociological perspective, this paper discusses the concept of social mobilization and its implications for cross-cultural research. To do this, the study uses the " Bring Back Our Girls " Global Campaign, as the focal p...
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Performance in sports activities serves as a crucial indicator for ranking position among athletes. Today in Malaysia, improving athletes' performance and ensuring continuity of athletes is pertinent for the national sport development in realizing the potential among citizens who have passion for sports. This study examines relationships between at...
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Sports remain one of the most recognized activities that bring citizens of different nations together across the globe. In the world of sports today, the athletes' success and failure in games tournament depends on their level of motivation which serve as an essential tool for them to achieve a set goal. This study investigates the influence of Coa...

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The aim of this study is to investigate the influences of attitude towards behaviour, subjective norms and self-efficacy on entrepreneurial intention among students from the Technical Secondary School in Malaysia. This study utilized the survey (questionnaire) method. Data were gathered from 163 respondents which consists of the year 4 students from one of the Technical Secondary School in Northern Region of Malaysia. Result presented that subjective norms is the only determinant that significantly related to entrepreneurial intention (β=.331, p=.000). Meanwhile, other determinants such as attitude towards behaviour (β=.064, p=.474) and self-efficacy (β=.070, p=.438) are not significantly related to entrepreneurial intention. Thus, it is found that only one factor of Theory of Planned Behaviour (TPB) namely subjective norms has a significant influence on entrepreneurial intention among students in this Technical Secondary School. This study contributed some new knowledge which can be channeled to all Technical Secondary Schools to improve the level of students’ entrepreneurial intention, particularly in the Malaysian context. Implications of the results are discussed.
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The purpose of this study is to investigate the role of trust as a mediator in the relationship between organizational justice (OJ) and performance appraisal satisfaction (PAS). This study was carried out by using survey method. In this research, the questionnaire was administered to 340 staffs from various schools in one of the Malaysian public higher educational institution. Data were analysed by using the PROCESS by Hayes (2013). As a result, it is revealed that there was a significant effect of OJ on PAS with trust as the mediator F(2, 337)=.396, p<.01, R2=7016, with β=.7813, t(337)=21.29, p<.01. A Sobel test was conducted and found a mediation on the model (z=3.2447, p=.00, K2=.0213). Therefore, it was found that trust mediated the relationship between OJ and PAS. Elevating the degree of trust among staffs towards the PAS; and creating a conductive environment for staffs to improve their perceived OJ are the best strategies to achieve the goal for PAS in this institution. Theoretical and practical implications of the results are discussed. In this line, recommendations for the institution management are provided.