Effective Recruitment and Selection Procedures: an Analytical Study Based on Public Sector Universities of Pakistan

Ghulam Nabi, Song Wei, Xu Husheng, Muhammad Shabbir, Muhammad Altaf, Shuliang Zhao


The focus of this study was mainly to analyze the effectiveness of the fair recruitment and selection procedures in the public sector universities of Azad Jammu & Kashmir and Pakistan. The careful attention was given in data collection and was collected through personally administered questionnaire from heads of the teaching department who are actually operating academic departments and are a vital part of recruitment and selection. Data was analyzed through SPSS by applying regression analysis and some needed descriptive statistics. The study found that organizational politics and line management have the greater influence on the effectiveness of fair recruitment and selection procedures. Secondly, fairness of recruitment and selection procedures proved interconnected and interrelated. Finally, based on the discussion in detail, the authors have jotted down brief conclusion and recommendations followed by future directions, which authors believe will not only help the researchers to conduct future research but also practitioners in the relevant recruitment and selection section can take the benefits from this research.

Keywords: Organizational Politics, Line and HR Management, Selection effectiveness

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