The Effect of Recruitment on Organizational Performance Case Study: Centenary Rural Development Trust Bank (Mapeera House - Kampala)
Author: NAMBATYA VIVIAN DORCUS
Supervisor: Jacinta Bwegyeme Kobusingye
The study aimed at observing the effect of recruitment on the organizational performance using centenary rural development bank as the case study with more emphasis on the main branch located at Kampala Mapeera house. The specific objectives of the study were; to find out the relationship between E-Recruitment and organizational performance, to examine the relationship between employee referrals and organizational performance and to examine the relationship between job advertising and organizational performance.
The study employed the case study research design and adopted both qualitative and quantitative research approaches. Krejice and Morgan 2007 was used to select the sample size of 80 out of the population of 118 employees considered from the general total population of 431 employees at centenary rural development bank (Mapeera Main House-Kampala). In addition, the study employed various methods to collect, analyze and interpret the findings from the questionnaires which were effectively administered, the findings revealed that organizational performance is affected by recruitment whereby selection and recruitment of efficient and effective employees contributes best to attain the organizational goals.
The study concludes that recruitment of efficient and effective employees is very crucial for the success of the organization and competent employees should be obtained with use of favorable recruitment methods used by a particular organization in order to acquire quality of service, profitability and productivity as a form of organization performance and contribution to customer satisfaction.