Staffing System Management: Evidences from Singapore

Mussie T. Tessema, Kubilay Gok, Alex Ngoma, Mengsteab Tesfayohannes, Gerry V. Fernando

Abstract


This paper uses Singapore as a case study to illustrate how staffing policies and practices affect the quality of the workforce which ultimately influence performance at employee and organization level. It reveals that Singapore public service has been able to put in place most of the ‘critical factors’ for an effective staffing system management. The presence of those critical factors have played an important role in making Singapore to be one of the most effective public services in the world. Finally, it forwards theoretical and practical implications of the study and future research direction.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/ijhrs.v7i2.11112

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