The IUP Journal of Management Research
A Study of NGO Employees' Perception Towards Recruitment and Selection in Dakshina Kannada District

Article Details
Pub. Date : Oct, 2021
Product Name : The IUP Journal of Management Research
Product Type : Article
Product Code : IJMR11021
Author Name : Divya M S* and Ravisha B**
Availability : YES
Subject/Domain : Arts & Humanities
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No. of Pages : 15



Recruitment and selection plays an important role in the Non-Governmental Organizations' (NGOs) workplace to render good services to the marginalized group of people. Several studies have revealed that recruitment and selection is one of the important HRM practices that helps in enhancing the level of job satisfaction, job involvement and organizational commitment. This study has been carried out to examine the NGO employees' perception towards recruitment and selection in Dakshina Kannada district. A total of 264 sample size has been randomly chosen from selected NGOs. For the study purpose a structured questionnaire has been used consisting of a five-point Likert scale with statements related to recruitment and selection. The overall perception regarding recruitment and selection procedure is drawn by averaging the six items under study that has been presented. Overall, the respondents strongly agree that the existing recruitment and selection procedure in NGOs (small and big) is very good. In comparison, the recruitment and selection procedure is better in big NGOs than in small NGOs.


The Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) play a vital role in the contemporary world, as these organizations have mushroomed phenomenally in the last few decades. NGOs are oriented towards rendering social services to the society to assist the marginalized groups of people, thereby becoming an important factor in the society. The NGOs are the important components of the third sector, as their goal is to achieve community development. NGOs act as a middleman between the government and the needy, the socially excluded and the marginalized groups of