RECRUITMENT METHODS AND PERFORMANCE: AN EVIDENCE FROM BUSINESSES IN BURKINA FASO
Starting from the premise that human resources are a critical success factor for companies, this article analyses the logic of recruitment preferences in Burkina Faso. The explanatory variables are the industrial sector and the level of billing. The main findings are that the more traditional forms of recruitment of personnel are dominant in Burkina Faso, in particular in agribusiness and commerce, and in the small business segments. In addition, the results put in light that the most modern forms are preferred in the Construction sector or in large companies. It is found that, a greater technical complexity of the job leads to a greater need to imitate the criteria of the developed world, and that a lower technical complexity implies a greater importance of the worker's morality.
Keywords: Recruitment, African Traditional Methods, Modern Methods, Companies, Competitivity, Burkina Faso.
Copyright (c) 2020 Nicolas Carbonell, Dr. Théophile Bindeouè Nassè, Prof. Alidou Ouédraogo, Dr. Bagassé Hervé Kafimbou, Justice Agyei Ampofo, Moussa Kinda
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