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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 5, May 2020 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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Factors Affecting Recruitment And Selection Practice On Performance Of Civil Service Organization In Maldives

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AUTHOR(S)

Muna, Fathmath; S. M. Ferdous, Azam; Albattat, Ahmad

 

KEYWORDS

Civil Service Organization, Human Resource Management, HR Strategies, Merit System, Organizational Performance, Recruitment and Selection, Staffing

 

ABSTRACT

In modern days’ recruitment and selection practices has become a challenge within the developing countries. Organizations struggle with staffing challenges due to the increase in competent applicants. Knowledge-based workplace highly demands for competent employees. Labor market is highly competitive regardless of the increasing number of college graduates. This labor market focuses on the factors affecting recruitment and selection practice on the performance of organizations and it becomes a challenge for the employer. Due to the fact, attracting qualified, skilled and experienced candidates are important and urgent than the olden days. On this note, HR strategical practice relatively brings changes to organizational growth and affects organizational performance. Eventually, excellent service delivery begins with top management performance of recruitment and selection practice. The aim of this study is to explore factors affecting recruitment and selection practice on Organizational performance. However, this study gives useful insight into critical literature, evidence and contributes to finding the gaps in recruitment and selection practice on the performance of civil service organizations especially in the Maldives context. Therefore, the study reviewed past literature and the secondary data collected from different sources like; official publications of respective authorities, websites, Journals, and Books. This critical literature review emphasized that recruitment and selection practices are manipulated in the civil service sector. Stating that such abuses, corruptions, the problem of high nepotism on the selection practice fail to achieve organizational objectives with unqualified and less-skilled employees. For that reason, the organizations face major difficulties to deliver professional public service.

 

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