Employee Resourcing and Performance of Small Scale Enterprises in Uganda

  • Benard Mukiibi Mbarara University of Science and Technology (MUST)
Keywords: Employee Performance

Abstract

This study focusing on five HRM practices namely employee resourcing, rewards management, training, performance management and career management, examined the influence of HRM practices on the performance of small scale enterprises in Uganda. The researcher adopted mixed methods approach to collect and analyze data. A descriptive cross-sectional research design was used to collect data from data a sample of 756 selected enterprises across the four regions of Uganda. The study used self-administered questionnaires and in-depth interviews to collect quantitative and qualitative data respectively. The study findings show that employee resourcing among the five HRM practices positively affect small scale enterprise performance. This means that improvement in the employee resourcing process has potential to significantly improvement in small enterprise performance. Therefore, if the employee resourcing process of employees in the small scale enterprises is well done, there is likelihood that small scale enterprises will perform more significantly.

Published
2019-12-30
How to Cite
Mukiibi, B. (2019). Employee Resourcing and Performance of Small Scale Enterprises in Uganda. International Journal of Technology and Management, 4(2), 14. Retrieved from http://ijotm.utamu.ac.ug/index.php/ijotm/article/view/58
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