Recruitment Policies And Employee Productivity In Public Organisations. A Case Of National Environmental Management Authority (Nema) Jinja Road Kampala

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ABSTRACT

The study was set to establish the effect of recruitment policies on employee productivity in public organizations with special attention to National Environmental

Management Authority (NEMA) Kampala Uganda. The study background traced the existence of recruitment policies across the globe, Africa and Uganda on employee productivity. It was based on three research objectives which included the effect of

internal recruitment policies on employee's productivity in organizations, assessing the effect of external recruitment policies on employee's productivity in organizations and

examining the effects of recruitment methods on employee's productivity in organizations.

The existing literature present issues concerning the internal recruitment Policies, external recruitment policies and recruitment Methods, most authors agree that the

dimensions of recruitment fundamentally affect employee productivity though others dispute the same.

The study adopted a descriptive study using both quantitative and qualitative tools to recruitment policies and employee performance. The study was based on 100

respondents selected from NEMA along Jinja Road.

The findings were that internal recruitment policies affect employee's productivity in NEMA were that a simple majority of respondents 57% agreed. It was established that internal recruitment policies affect employee's productivity in NEMA majority of the respondents confirm that internal recruitment motivate other employees through improved work flow in organization with, improve organizational reputation, Stimulate hard work, improves employee-employee relations and enhance compliance to

organizational policy. External recruitment policies affect employee's productivity in organizations were that 50% of the respondents agreed through the extraction of

experienced manpower, Improve skills capacity, effective marketing, improved organizational reputation and enhanced work ethics. It was finally established that majority of the respondents agreed that recruitment

method affect employee performance. The findings were that 58% agreed. Recruitment policies employed in NEMA in the selection of candidates for jobs, the Invitation policy. 19%, Policy on methods, Selection policy, Placement policy and orientation policy.

The researcher therefore recommended for internal recruitment in form of promotions to improve the capacity and motivate the other employees for hard work in the organizations. The internal policies need to be strengthened and focus on productivity or performance before the promotion to create a working environment. There is need for external equity in the organization especially concerning the members of the

working groups in the organization. Offering the best employment packages will also enable the curbing of competition. An understanding that ability as well as seniority will be taken into account in making promotions. Treating fairly the people, the human resource department should appraise employees to help them give off their best and refresher courses must be organized for employees for them to be abreast with trends in the ever growing market.




TABLE Of CONTENT

DECLARATION .................................................................................... i

APPROVAL. ..................................................................................... ii

DEDICATION .................................................................................... iii

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT ..................................................................................... iv

CHAPTER ONE ...................................................................................... 1

INTRODUCTION ...................................................................................... 1

1.0 Introduction .................................................................................. 1

1.1 Background of the study .................................................................................. 1

1.2 Problem Statement ....................................................................................... 3

1.3 General Objective .................................................................................... 3

1.3.1 Specific Objectives of the study ...................................................................... 4

1.4 Research questions .................................................................................... 4

1.5 Scope of the study ............................................................................... .4

1.6 Justification of the study ................................................................................... 5

1. 7 Significance of the study .................................................................................. 5

1.8 Conceptual frame work .................................................................................... 6

CHAPTER TWO ................................................................................ 7

LITERATURE REVIEW .................................................................................. 7

2.0 Introduction ................................................................................... 7

2.1 Theoretical Review ................................................................................... 7

2.2 Internal recruitment policies on employee's productivity in organizations ............. a

2.3 Effect of external recruitment policies on employee's productivity in organizations .

....................................................................................... 10

2.4 Effect of recruitment methods on employee performance in organizations ......... 12

CHAPTER THREE ................................................................................ 16

METHODOLOGY ................................................................................ 16


3.0 Introduction .................................................................................... 16

3.1 Research design .................................................................................. 16

3.2 Study Population ................................................................................... 16

3.3 Sample size ..................................................................................... 16

3.3.2 Sampling Selection techniques ..................................................................... 17

3.4 Data source .................................................................................... 18

3.4.1 Primary data .................................................................................... 18

3.4.2 Secondary data ........................................................................................... 18

3.5 Methods of data collection .............................................................................. 18

3.5.1 Questionnaires ..................................................................................... 18

3.6 Reliability and Validity .................................................................................... 18

3.7 Data analysis ..................................................................................... 19

3.8 Ethical consideration ...................................................................................... 19

CHAPTER FOUR ............................................................................... 21

DATA PRESENTATION, INTERPRETATION AND ANALYSIS OF FINDINGS ................... 21

4.0 Introduction ................................................................................. 21

4.1 Respondents particulars ................................................................................. 21

4.1.1 Gender of respondents ................................................................................ 21

4.1.2 Age distribution of respondents .................................................................... 22

4.1.3 Academic Qualifications of respondents ........................................................ 23

4.2 Effect of internal recruitment policies on employee's productivity in organizations

.................................................................................... 24

4.2.1 Whether internal recruitment policies affect employee's productivity in NEMA. 24

4.2.2 How does internal recruitment affect the employee's productivity at NEMA ..... 25

4.2.3 Challenges associated with employee's productivity at NEMA ......................... 26

4.3 Effect of external recruitment policies on employee's productivity in organizations

...................................................................................... 27

4.3.1 External recruitment policies affect employee's productivity in organizations ... 27

4.3.2 How does external recruitment affect the employee's productivity at NEMA .... 28

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Research, S. (2022). Recruitment Policies And Employee Productivity In Public Organisations. A Case Of National Environmental Management Authority (Nema) Jinja Road Kampala. Afribary. Retrieved from https://afribary.com/works/recruitment-policies-and-employee-productivity-in-public-organisations-a-case-of-national-environmental-management-authority-nema-jinja-road-kampala

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Research, SSA "Recruitment Policies And Employee Productivity In Public Organisations. A Case Of National Environmental Management Authority (Nema) Jinja Road Kampala" Afribary. Afribary, 21 Aug. 2022, https://afribary.com/works/recruitment-policies-and-employee-productivity-in-public-organisations-a-case-of-national-environmental-management-authority-nema-jinja-road-kampala. Accessed 30 Jan. 2023.

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Research, SSA . "Recruitment Policies And Employee Productivity In Public Organisations. A Case Of National Environmental Management Authority (Nema) Jinja Road Kampala". Afribary, Afribary, 21 Aug. 2022. Web. 30 Jan. 2023. < https://afribary.com/works/recruitment-policies-and-employee-productivity-in-public-organisations-a-case-of-national-environmental-management-authority-nema-jinja-road-kampala >.

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Research, SSA . "Recruitment Policies And Employee Productivity In Public Organisations. A Case Of National Environmental Management Authority (Nema) Jinja Road Kampala" Afribary (2022). Accessed January 30, 2023. https://afribary.com/works/recruitment-policies-and-employee-productivity-in-public-organisations-a-case-of-national-environmental-management-authority-nema-jinja-road-kampala