Human resource hiring process and cooperation in greater Bushenyi Districts, Western Uganda
Karyeija, Gerald K.
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This study assesses the relationship between human resource hiring process (HRHP) and cooperation of Greater Bushenyi Districts Local Government (GBDLG). The Greater Bushenyi District Local Governments includes the Districts of Bushenyi, Buhweju, Mitooma, Rubirizi and Sheema. Using descriptive research design, a researcher generated questionnaire and an interview guide data was collected for the study. Primary data obtained from the ﬁve districts of Greater Bushenyi Local Governments was analyzed using descriptive statistics, Pearson Linear correlation coefﬁcient (PLCC) and Regression analysis. The contribution of HRRP to cooperation was satisfactory as evidenced in terms of: bench marking, participatory democracy and empowerment. HRRP was found to be signiﬁcantly correlated with cooperation (bench making, democracy and empowerment). It was concluded that HRRP positively and signiﬁcantly inﬂuences cooperation in GBDLG. The researcher recommends that government should promote equal employment opportunities in terms of HRRP, ensure ﬂexibility in rules and regulations; train employees, foster cooperation, reduce domination by central government in district affairs; and increase funding for sub-national governments.