Recruitment In Bangladesh

Recruitment In Bangladesh

´╗┐Recruitment & Selection Practices In Manufacturing Firms In Bangladesh
Reference
The Indian Journal of Industrial Relations, Vol. 47, No. 3, January 2012

Research problem
To find different form of recruiting and selection process used in other countries.
To study differences way of recruiting and selecting practices followed by manufacturing firms between private and public firm in Bangladesh.

Variables
a) To explore the differences and similarities between public and private sector manufacturing firms of Bangladesh with respect to recruitment and selection practices.
b) To put forward policy implications for improvement of the recruitment and selection practices of the surveyed firms.

Hypotheses
There is no difference between the public and the private sector manufacturing firms of Bangladesh with respect to recruitment and selection practices.

Method
The survey was conducted with the frame of 155 public. Data was collected from 64 public and 91 private sector manufacturing firms. Various established approaches are used in calculating a sample size such as using of census, published tables.
Questionnaire survey method was used to gather data. Finally 60 questionnaires were useful for the study, 26 from public sector and 34 from private sector.

Finding
1. Recruitment Policy: public sector firms are in better position than the private sector firms.
2. No. of Applicants: Public sector firms are in better position than the private sector firms.
3. Job Analysis: private sector firms are in better position than the public sector firms.
4. Selection Process: there is no difference between the public and the private sector manufacturing firms.
5. Fairness in Selection: there was significant difference between public and private sector manufacturing firms of Bangladesh with respect to fairness in selection.
6. Time Spent in Selection Process: there is no difference between the public and the private sector manufacturing firms....

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