The Relationship between Talent Management Practices and Perceived Organizational Support: Evidence from Government Linked Companies

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Aerni Isa, Hazril Izwar Ibrahim, Hira Amin Khan, Amar Hisham Jaaffar, Zulkefli Muhamad Hanapiyah, Ghaith Abdulraheem Ali Alshsheikh


The study analyzed the relationships between talent management practices, namely talent identification, talent development and talent culture, and perceived organizational support between talents at Government Linked Corporation (GLCs). Survey questionnaires were disseminated at 47 GLCs and the responses were collected from 164 employees. Partial Least Square Structural Equation Modelling (PLS-SEM) analysis was utilized to examine the research hypotheses. The results of the analysis found that there are significant correlations between both talent identification and talent development with perceived organizational support, while the result exhibited non-significant relationship for talent culture.

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