Recruitment, Selection and Employee Commitment of Academic Staff in the Context of a Private University in Uganda
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This study investigated the influence of recruitment and selection on employee commitment (EC) of university academic staff in a private University in Uganda. A total of 132 academic staff completed a questionnaire survey. The findings of the study revealed that EC was moderate as well and recruitment and selection. Regression analysis revealed that recruitment had a negative and insignificant influence on EC but selection had a moderate positive and significant influence on EC. Therefore, it was concluded that EC was a challenge, recruitment practices were not pertinent as far as promoting EC was concerned but selection practices were applicable to the promotion of EC. It was thus recommended that Directorates of Human Resources should improve implementation of the recruitment and selection processes.
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