The Selection Process: Its Impact on the Organization

Ayinla, Muyideen Adeleke


The research study focused on the selection process and its impact on the organization. Man remains the most valuable asset in the organization compared to money and material as well as machine used for production. The study views the employee and employer expectations during the selection process using Vroom’s expectancy theory. The researcher also developed some expectation concepts that may exist between both parties during the selection process. The use of random sampling was adopted and an online survey was designed and shared online via social media to gather responses in which 46 responses were received and analyzed using paired sample t-test to measure the correlation that exists among the variables selected in the research work with the aid of SPSS v.20. The research shows that the HR interview panel has a role in influencing employee selection process, lack of professionalism may have a negative effect during the selection process on the organization and also questions as to previous salaries may lead to employee giving false information.

Keywords: Employer, Employee, Human Resources, Expectancy, Theory, Selection, Recruitment, Organization, Goals and Objectives, Employee turnover, Skills, Professionalism, Staffing, Standards.

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