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Problems that had been taken into consideration in this study is the Human Resource Management in Construction project. Construction uses more manpower in its business activities compared to the other fields, but its human resource management is still inadequate and insufficient attention. The problems concerning human resource management in construction project need to be identified and the methods to improve them need to be formulated and implemented for the success of construction project. In this study, the methodology used is by questionnaire survey and further discussed in the case study done in a construction site in Kuala Lumpur. The questionnaires were distributed to contractor’s companies all over Malaysia and the feedbacks obtained will be used for the case study for further clarification. The results of the study had shown that there are awareness among the contractors in Malaysia about the importance of human resource management on the success of construction project. The problems of human resource management in construction project had been identified and the methods for the improvement of it had been discovered based on the survey and the case study done.
V. CONCLUSION AND RECOMMENDATION
Based on the research done, it can be concluded that human resource management in construction project need to be further improved and monitored from time to time for its effectiveness. From the survey and the case study, the author believed that the contractors in Malaysia had the awareness about the human resource management in construction project. However, improvements in many aspects need to be considered in order to ensure the effectiveness of human resource management. The first objective of this study which is to prioritize the human resource management as one of the key aspect in the success of construction project had been achieved. All the respondents in the survey and the case study had agreed that human resource management is important for the success of construction project. This shows that the contractors had agreed that by carefully and efficiently managing the human resource regardless of their position in construction project, the overall performance and progress of construction project will drastically increased. The second objective which is to identify the problems/issues of human resource in construction project and find the methods to improve it had also been achieved. According to the survey and the case study done, the respondents had given their various opinions and views towards the subject matter. Even though the responds given varied from one person to another, the author believed that the feedbacks obtained are reliable and accurate considering the respondents are all from the contractor’s company and the experience and the number of projects that they had been involved with.