|Title:||RECRUITMENT AND SELECTION PRACTICE AT AGENCY FOR GOVERNMENT HOUSES|
|Keywords:||RECRUITMENT AND SELECTION|
|Publisher:||St. Mary's University|
|Abstract:||Recruitment, as a human resource management function, is one of the activities that have the greatest impact on the performance of an organization. While it is understood generally that poor recruitment practices can retard organizational performance and stifle goal achievement, many organizations are yet to take pragmatic steps to evaluate their recruitments methods with the view to identify and implement new, effective hiring strategies. This study had the following objectives: to determine how the recruitment and selection practices of Agency for Government Houses are carried out, to Examine how recruitment and selection practices affect the performance or development of the agency, to Identify the challenges associated with the recruitment and selection practices of the agency to determine how employees are satisfied with the recruitment and selection practices of the organization, and to identify factors that will improve recruitment and selection practices at AGH and to offer recommendations to improve recruitments in the AGH. To achieve these goals questionnaire and interviews were designed based on the objectives. The questionnaire was personally delivered to 100 potential respondents drawn from the selected departments, namely, branch one, branch two, branch three, branch four and head office. Interview questions were delivered to 20 potential respondents drawn from management members of the agency. The completed questionnaires were processed and analyzed using tables and textual write ups. The findings indicated that the following specific objectives of the study: Determined how the recruitment and selection practices are carried out at agency, Examined how recruitment and selection practices affect the performance or development of the agency, Identified the challenges associated with the recruitment and selection practices of the agency, determined how employees are satisfied with the recruitment and selection practices of the Agency, Identified factors that will improve recruitment and selection practices at the agency, evaluated the effectiveness of the recruitment methods of the AGH, Identified the obstacles to effective recruitments in the AGH, Provided recommendations for improving recruitment practices in the AGH, Examined the ways help to improve human resource recruitment and selection at AGH, Identified sources of recruitment usually used in AGH.|
|Appears in Collections:||Business Administration|
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