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|Title:||Recruitment and selection on organizational performance : a case study of Mukwano group of companies|
Mukwano group of companies
|Publisher:||Kampala International University, College of Economics and Management|
|Abstract:||The study was set to establish the effect of recruitment and selection on organizational performance in Mukwano group of companies, It was guided by three research objectives which included examining the effect of recruitment policies on organization's performance, assessing the effect of selection techniques on organizational performance in organization and exploring the effect of recruitment methods on organizational performance, a case study Mukwano group of companies. The study adopted a descriptive study which uses both quantitative and qualitative tools of data analysis. The study adopted the sample of 110 respondents chosen from the case study area, Mukwano group of companies interacted with using the research questionnaire. The study findings were therefore that recruitment policies affect organization's performance at Mukwano group of companies, the study findings were therefore that majority of the respondents contend with Attainment of expertise and quality staff with 72. 7% of the total number of respondents, followed by reducing work related conflicts with 65.4% followed by stimulating productivity with 63.6%, increased organizational flexibility had 61.8% while providing parameters for operation had 61.60% plus reduction in errors with 59%. The study findings were also that selection techniques on the performance of organization is through a series of aspects, among others the mentioned include Provides a framework for analysis of employee competency according to 77% of the respondents on the agreement, 64% were recorded for improving duty allocation, improved workers capacity determination had 59%, improves the rate of flow of information management 61.8%, improves the working relation management and Promote work ethics management had 54% of the respondents respectively. It was finally established that recruitment methods affect organizational performance at Mukwano group of companies. The results were that selection of quality based employees had 53.5%, selection of seasonal employees 52.5%, choice of employees at a less cost had 54%, promotion of employees had 63.5%, and provision of necessary talents to employees had 72% of the respondents and provision of capacity management for workers. The study recommendations were based on the need to improve recruitment and selection procedures in the organization.|
|Description:||A research dissertation submitted to the College of Economics and Management in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the award of a Bachelor's Degree of Human Resource Management of Kampala International University|
|Appears in Collections:||Bachelor's Degree in Human Resource|
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