Restructuring 0f Municipalities and its Impact on Human Resources Staffing, Training & Development Strategies, An Applied study In Greater Irbid Municipality, Jordan

Faraj Abdullah Harahsheh *
Isra University, Amman – Jordan *

 

Abstract: The purpose of this paper is to identify restructuring of municipalities and its Impact on human resources staffing ,training & development strategies, An Applied study In Greater Irbid Municipality. The importance of the study comes from the importance of municipalities, and the staffing process (recruiting, selection. appointment) & training and development in raising the efficiency of workers. Greater Irbid Municipality was chosen for this study, the sample was (85) persons distributed for (municipality president, member of the municipal council, department managers and regions managers) (78) returned, (3) disposed, (75) analyzed (88%). The study applied certain statistical techniques such as Cronbaeh Alpha, Simple Regression, Anova, Percentage, Mean and standard deviation.
The study showed the following results:
1- The trends of samples are positive with high degree toward restructuring, staffing process(recruitment, selection, appointment), training & development
2- There is a statistically significant impact of restructuring on human resources staffing strategies(recruitment, selection, appointment) with weak Pearson correlation.
3- There is a statistically significant impact of restructuring of municipalities on training with moderate Pearson correlation
4- There is a statistically significant impact of restructuring of municipalities on development with weak Pearson correlation

Keywords: Restructuring of Municipalities, Human Resources, Staffing, Training , Development, Strategies


 

 

 

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