MULTIPLE CRITERIA DECISION ANALYSIS IN THE HUMAN RESOURCE RECRUITMENT PROCESS AT STABEX INTERNATIONAL LIMITED

Authors

  • Naomi Nzivo Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology
  • Dr. Scholastica Wamwayi Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology

Keywords:

Multiple Criteria Decision Analysis, Human Resource Recruitment Process, Level of Education, Work Experience

Abstract

Despite its successful adoption in various domains, the application of Multiple Criteria Decision Analysis within the human resource recruitment context remains relatively underexplored, especially regarding its potential to enhance objectivity and precision in candidate selection. The General objective of the study is to establish the influence of multiple criteria decision analysis on human resource recruitment Process At Stabex International Limited. Specifically, the study sought to examine the influence of level of education on human resource recruitment Process At Stabex International Limited, to find out the influence of work experience on human resource recruitment Process At Stabex International Limited. This study adopted a descriptive research design. The total population was 139 respondents comprising of HR personnel, hiring managers, and other staff members responsible for recruitment. The study used questionnaires to collect data from respondents. A pilot study was conducted to test the validity and reliability of the data collection instrument. The study used both descriptive statistics and inferential statistics for data analysis. This was done with the help of SPSS. The study results were presented through use of tables and figures. The study concludes that level of education has a significant effect on human resource recruitment at Stabex International Limited. The study findings revealed that type of degree, educational institution, graduation year and academic achievements influences human resource recruitment at Stabex International Limited. In addition, the study concludes that work experience has a significant effect on human resource recruitment at Stabex International Limited. The study findings revealed that employee job title, company/organization, duration of employment and achievements and responsibilities significantly influences human resource recruitment at Stabex International Limited. From the findings, this study recommends that the human resource department at Stabex International Limited should focus on assessing candidates based on their demonstrated abilities, relevant experiences, and potential for growth, rather than solely on their academic credentials. This can help the organization to attract a diverse range of talents and ensure that they're hiring individuals who can effectively contribute to their teams and adapt to evolving industry needs.

 

Key Words; Multiple Criteria Decision Analysis, Human Resource Recruitment Process, Level of Education, Work Experience

Author Biographies

Naomi Nzivo, Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology

Masters Student

Dr. Scholastica Wamwayi, Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology

Lecturer

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Published

2024-05-07

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Nzivo, N., & Wamwayi, S. (2024). MULTIPLE CRITERIA DECISION ANALYSIS IN THE HUMAN RESOURCE RECRUITMENT PROCESS AT STABEX INTERNATIONAL LIMITED. International Journal of Management and Business Research, 6(1), 239–252. Retrieved from https://grandmarkpublishers.com/index.php/ijmbr/article/view/79

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