The office of recruitment selection and placement on organization. Effectiveness in many firms we investigated upon and analyzed. The 60 respondents from 17 insurance companies in Enugu metropolis, the hypothesis that formalized policies have significant and positive impact on organizational effeteness was tested. The issue between placement on qualified personnel in key functional areas and attainment of organization effectivesss was also tested.
It was found that through recruitment selection and placement of employee have some effects on organizational effectiveness.
It was pointed out that the overriding aim of organizational policy should not just only formulating formalized personnel. Such as fringe benefits remuneration promotion, higher pay training and development should also be considered.
From the analysis it was also found that most organization prefer the placement of qualified personnel in key functional areas, than promoting on employee who rose through the ranks often shy away from challenging responsibilities which may e associated with such promotion.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Table of contents
1.0 Background information
1.1 Statement of the problem
1.2 Objective of study
1.3 Significance of study
1.4 Research Question
1.6 Definition of terms
1.7 Organization of study
REVIEW OF LITERTURE
2.0 Recruitment police
2.1 Stages in the recruitment process
2.2 Recruitment defined
2.3 Recruitment and human resources
2.4 Effects of organizational reputation on recruitment
2.5 Developing sources of applicants
2.6 Recruitment sources.
2.7 Designing a recruitment programme
2.8 The effectiveness and evaluation of recruitment Selection
2.9 Types of selection problems associated with selection
3.1 Research design
3.2 Sampling procedure
3.2 Questionnaire design
3.3 Collection of data
3.4 Data analysis technique
PRESENTATION AND ANALYSIS OF DATA
4.1 Descriptive analysis
4.2 Hypothesis testing
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