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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 9, September 2020 Edition



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

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ISSN 2277-8616



Recruitment And Selection Practices In The Maldivian Civil Service Organization

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AUTHOR(S)

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

 

KEYWORDS

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

 

ABSTRACT

In Human Resource Management, the first step is Recruitment and Selection and employees' performance appraisal is the last step to identify the successes or failures of any organization. Excellent service delivery begins with top management performance of recruitment and selection practice. HR strategical practice relatively brings changes to organizational performance. Therefore, it is vital, to be honest, successful, and independent to pass all the recruitment and selection stages. Most of the studies have proved the relationship between recruitment and selection that has high impacts on organizational performance. The purpose of this study is to discover the recruitment and selection practice of the civil service sector in the Maldives. The study analyses past literature and the secondary data gathered from different sources like; official publications of respective authorities, websites, Journals, and Books. Particularly, the critical literature review investigated the significance of recruitment and selection practices, as predictors of quality in the Civil Services delivered by the Government in the Maldives. The research study gives useful insight, evidence, and contributes to finding an uncover critical area to fill up the literature gap of recruitment and selection practice. As per the conclusion, the study shall conduct quantitative research to discover a further issue and analyze the research gap; how recruitment and selection practice impacts organizational performance in the context of the Civil Service Organization in the Maldives.

 

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