Influence Of Organizational Recruitment Practices On Female Teachers’ Upward Mobility In Kenya
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Influence Of Organizational Recruitment Practices On Female Teachers’ Upward Mobility In Kenya
This study aimed at establishing the influence that organizational recruitment practices could have on female teachers’ upward mobility in Kenyan secondary schools. The study objectives were: Seek the perception of principals on the aspects of recruitment practices which could deter female teachers from rising to positions of principalship; establish whether the managerial recruitment practices had any influence on upward mobility of female teachers; and determine whether policy guidelines on recruitment processes hindered female teachers from ascending to the position of principal. The study used descriptive design, utilizing both quantitative and qualitative techniques in data collectionDownloadViews: 40

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