Assessment of Human Resource Management Practice in Ethiopian Broadcasting Corporation

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Addis Ababa University


The study aims at assessment of Human Resource Management Practices in Ethiopian Broadcasting Corporation with due emphasis on practices of recruitment and selection, performance management, training and development and reward management. The study adopted a descriptive type research. Data collection was carried out using structured questionnaires. Systematic random sampling technique was used with 338 participants taken from 2200 employees of the organization and data were presented in form of tables employing the use of frequency distribution, figures, percentages and means and analyzed using descriptive statistics by the Statistical Package for Social Sciences(SPSS) version 20.0. The findings of the study showed that there were different problems identified in each practices of human resource management like recruitment and selection mechanism is not properly using strategic human resource plan, performance management system is not implemented based on employees’ agreement, and reward management is not linked to performance management system etc. These practices were lowly perceived by their employees in helping their performance. The researcher concluded that the practices of HRM in the organization under study had been implementing with different problems on their processes. The study recommended that the organization need to reconsider the way that using its human resource management practices providing solutions to the identified problems towards improving organizational achievements



Human Resource Management Practices, Recruitment, Selection, Performance Management