The Role of Human Resources Recruitment Strategy in Achieving Organizational Change at AL-Hussein Bin Talal University-Jordan

Dua’A Shaher Tobeery, Ahmad Ali Almohtaseb, Mohammad Adnan Almahameed

Abstract


This study was aimed at identifying the role of the HR recruitment strategy in achieving organizational change at AL-Hussein Bin Talal University (AHU) in Jordan. A questionnaire was distributed among the study samples, totaling (113) individuals. The most important findings were: (AHU) had a moderate level recruitment strategy, organizational change level at (AHU) was moderate, selecting HR was the highest in practice, followed by hiring HR and then attracting HR which was the least practiced component of HR, there was no statistically significant relation between attracting HR and achieving organizational change, there was a statistically significant relation between selecting HR and achieving organizational change, there was no statistically significant relation between hiring HR and achieving organizational change.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/ber.v7i2.11213

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