INFLUENTIAL ROLE OF EMPLOYEE PERCEPTION OF RECRUITMENT AND SELECTION ON PERFORMANCE

Jeffery Kurtz, Antonio William

Abstract


Recruitment and selection of employees is a daunting task in China where human resources abound. There are frequent accusations of favouritism and bias in the selection process in both private and public institutions. The purpose of the research was to investigate the perception of employees on how recruitment and selection practices at Qumin affect employee retention. Data was collected from 8 officers of the company working in China and the UK through and interview process. The study noted that as an organisation, Qumin ensures that its selection practices are geared towards reducing the cost of recruitment, getting people on merit, reducing the time it takes employees to learn and integrate into the organisation and ensures organisational commitment. Further the design of recruitment and selection practices in Qumin is intended to not only get the right staff for the right job but also to get people who agree with the culture of the organisation as well as its strategies. This means getting employees with favourable attitude and desirable behaviour.


Full Text:

PDF

Refbacks

  • There are currently no refbacks.