Talent management science uses strategic human resource planning in order to improve business value and to help firms and organizations to achieve their purposes. Efforts have been done to attract, retain, develop, reward people in order to make them a part of talent management and strategic workforce planning. Talent management not only can hire, reinforce and evaluate the talent, but also it can lead to Personal growth, satisfaction in employees’. The aim in this study is to investigate the relationship between talent management and Job satisfaction among the Oil Jam Petrochemical Complex. This is a descriptive survey research. The questionnaire with 31 questions was distributed among the Oil JPC employees’. The study adopted a descriptive research design in which the target population of 2,500 employees of Oil Jam Petrochemical Complex. The study used stratified sampling method to select 83 employees according to their job cadres. Reliability was assessed by Cronbach's Alpha 0.836. The collected data were analyzed by Descriptive and inferential statistics in descriptive and correlations test format for analyzing the SPSS data. The findings indicated that, from audiences' perspective, there is a significant effect between factors such as attracting the talents, Alignment, talents maintenance, developing the talents and job satisfaction.
Sheihaki Tash, M., Cheshmeh Ali, E. N., & Ahmadzadeh, M. (2016). The Effects of Talent Management on Employees Performance in Oil Jam Petrochemical Complex (Oil JPC): The Mediating Role of Job Satisfaction. International Journal of Economics and Finance, 8(6), 226. https://doi.org/10.5539/ijef.v8n6p226