The Role of Favoritism in Recruitment
Abubakar Theory X and Theory Y are dependent too on recruitment and selection processes. When favoritism plays a part in these exercises, definitely the model of the theories will collapse. (...) Read more? Sign up for free
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Okpe Stevens I shared the same opinion with Abubakar as this is clearly demonstrated in Nigeria's work force. Where individidual(s) are not recruited on merit, despite good criteria for selection. A doctor is recruited to work as a cashier in the bank and a trained accountant is left to roam the streets.
Theory X & Y
Parthasarthy Nothing to do with Recruitment & Selection process but the behavior / attitudes which a worker is perceived as .... The theory is an out come of research.
Theory X & Theory Y
OSHUN, GRACE OKAIMA , Lecturer, Nigeria, Member McGregor was trying to analyse the attitude of people to work. Attitude manifests itself in the behaviour of an individual worker. External factors in the environment (e.g. supervision, tools, reward) influence a person's attitude but his total makeup or personality plays an important role.