Effect of Recruitment and Selection Practices on the Performance of Small and Medium Hotels of Osu Klottey Sub-Metropolitan Assembly of Greater Accra

Emelia Ohene Afriyie, George Abaka Blankson, Musah Doumbia Osumanu


The study investigated the effect of human resource Management practices on performance of Small and Medium Hotels in Osu Klottey Sub-Metropolitan Assembly of Greater Accra of Ghana.  Descriptive survey design was used for the study.  Stratified and simple random sampling techniques were engaged to sample 200 respondents out of a total population of 501 full time workers of the hotels.  Questionnaire, interview schedule and conversation schedule were formulated to guide the study.  Frequency tables and charts were used to present the responses.  Person’s correlation was employed to test the performance of the hotels.  Major finding was that the relationships between the hotels’ performance and the recruitment and selection practices were statistically significant at alpha (?) = 0.05.  These indicate there are slightly little but positive influence on the selection processes on the hotels’ performances. Based on the findings some recommendations were made, which offers a new and improved performance.

Keywords: Recruitment and Selection Practices, Small and Medium Hotels, Firm Performance

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