The Effect of Selection Process of Employees on Organizational Performance Case Study: Mukwano Industries
Author: KATUSABE ALICE
Supervisor: Prisca Kobusingye
The main purpose of the study was to analyse the effect of selection process of employees on organizational performance using Mukwano Industries as the case study. The study was guided by the following objectives: To assess the effect of recruitment on organizational performance, to assess the impact of job interviews on organizational performance and to examine the effect of orientation on organizational performance. The study was carried on using a detailed literature review thereby analysing what various authors have written about the topic. This was done by looking into different books.
Data was collected using various tools like a self-administered questionnaire and interviews. The study was conducted using 32 respondents among the human resource officers and employees in Mukwano Industries.
The results from the findings indicated that majority of the respondents were females in the company and were in the age group of 18 Ė 30 who had degrees. The results indicated that with proper recruitment processes, there was job satisfaction, recruitment process generated a pool of capable people to apply for employment to an organization. The study also indicated that job interviews pointed out employees who could become organizationís core workforce.
From the study it was also revealed that employee orientation affected organizational performance through its effect on employee learning and behaviour, promoted skill development and motivation, enabled employees to understand exactly what is required of them.
Finally, a number of recommendations were suggested such as the human resource management should go ahead to carry out different recruitment processes using the most appropriate recruitment procedures for the good of the organizations, it was also recommended that the organization management should be able to highlight employee recruitment procedures for effective and productive work force