Human Resource Audit and Employee Turnover: A Case Study of Uganda Colleges of Commerce

Fabian Mwosi, Marus Eton, Deus Mutesigensi, Charles David Ebong


The study examined the role of human resource audit on employee turnover at tertiary institutions in Uganda. Both purposive and simple random sampling procedure was used and a sample of 97participants was selected for the study and data was analyzed using SPSS statistical package. The study found out that Human resource audit is not the only function responsible for the level of turnover in Uganda Colleges of Commerce. The study found out that Employees who perceive to carry skills that are highly demanded are lured away by higher pays. The study recommended that the human resource department of Ministry of Education and sport should review their human resource policy to address the loopholes in staff compensation, recruitment and salary and Supervisors at the institutions should ensure sound supervisory practices, which promote decision-making, recognition of employees’ efforts and unique skills and accomplishments.

Keywords: Human Resource Audit, Turn Over

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