Project Topic on ASSESSING HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT PRACTICES IN RECRUITMENT AND SELECTION - A CASE STUDY OF UNIVERSITY OF EDUCATION WINNEBA, COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION (COLTEK) ..

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ABSTRACT The main purpose of the study was to assess human resources management practices in recruitment and selection and how it impacts on organisational performance, using COLTEK as a case study. This study used survey research design. Quantitative research approach was used. The target population was the administrative staff of the College of Technology Education, Kumasi comprising of 150 staff. Random sampling method was used to select 108 respondents for the study. Questionnaire was the main instrument used to gather primary data. Data collected was analysed using the Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS) version 20.0. Descriptive statistics (frequencies, percentages and mean) was used to answer the research questions. The data was presented using frequency and percentage tables. The study results indicated that the UEW-K had existing formal policy for recruitment and selection of workers. The methods for the recruitment and selection of COLTEK workers HR administrators include internet recruitment, radio advert, television advert, newspaper advert, professional association(s), employment agencies, employee referrals, recruitment from school, job fairs, job proofing, in-house (internal recruitment), initial job offers and the labour office. The top f i v e (5) ranked, in the highest order includes, poor human resource planning, ineffective job analysis, competency level on the part of employee, cost of recruitment and selection of employees and poor working condition of workers. The study recommended that in situations of internal recruitment, the HR administrators should ensure that the job vacancy is communicated to all departments and divisions of the workplace, intranet, notice boards, newsletter, team meetings etc. and include communication to those on leave to recruit the right staff to occupy the vacant position. 

ASSESSING HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT PRACTICES IN RECRUITMENT AND SELECTION - A CASE STUDY OF UNIVERSITY OF EDUCATION WINNEBA, COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY EDUCATION (COLTEK) ..
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    Type Project
    Department Management
    Project ID MGT0007
    Fee ₦3,000 ($20)
    No of Pages 81 Pages
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