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RECRUITMENT AND SELECTION PRACTICES OF NON-PROFESSIONAL TEACHERS IN GHANA EDUCATION SERVICE IN ATWIMA MPONUA DISTRICT OF ASHANTI

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ABSTRACT The main aim of this study was to investigate and analyze the effectiveness of recruitment & selection of non professional teaching staff in the Ghana Education Service, keeping in view procedural fairness, transparency, line manager role, human resource competency in the organization. The study would assist and motivate the HRMD to recruit & select the best potential candidate to fill vacancies that exist in the district education office and other offices in GES. It further assist the non professional teaching staff in GES to also get information before they could apply for specific position in GES.  The population of the study was targeted to HRMD, other officials in the district education office and in the senior high schools. The sample size was 96 and main instrument used for the study was the questionnaire.  The results of the study indicated that the human resource department should be given in service training on the procedure for recruitment and selection of nonprofessional teaching staff in GES. Also, generally, all Ghanaian staffs of the GES irrespective of their area of specialization would have to go through lay down procedure in recruitment and selection of non-professional teaching staff by GES. There is also a clear indication in Ghana today, human resource department collect kick-becks before they recruit them.  The study recommended that the ministry of education as a short measure should review the procedure that the human resource department followed in the recruitment and selection of non-professional teaching staff in the Ghana Education Service.  Notwithstanding, the ministry of education should also assist to develop system that the human resource departments could use to recruit and select qualified potential candidates to fill a vacant position in the service, and make sure that the departments have a strategy and action plan for recruitment and selection process, and research in it. 

RECRUITMENT AND SELECTION PRACTICES OF NON-PROFESSIONAL TEACHERS IN GHANA EDUCATION SERVICE IN ATWIMA MPONUA DISTRICT OF ASHANTI

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Type Project
Department Education
Project ID EDU2224
Price ₦3,000 ($9)
No of Pages 80 Pages
Format Microsoft Word

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    Type Project
    Department Education
    Project ID EDU2224
    Price ₦3,000 ($9)
    No of Pages 80 Pages
    Format Microsoft Word

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