The main force that made the world appear in one window was the development of human creativity and practice. Successful innovation requires that an individual or group of people work with interest and motivation. Human Resource Management (HRM) is believed to be the first motivator among employers to increase employee motivation. However, studies indicate that there are gaps in HRM in the Ethiopian Civil Service. Thereby, the motivation of the employees is in question. Therefore, research has been conducted on the topic of human resource management practices (Recruitment, Placement and Welfare) on the impact of employee motivation in Ethiopian Federal Ministry organizations. This was done using a mixed data collection method to identify the motivation gap, and the analysis used descriptive and exploratory method. The results show that HRM is a key organizational resource that serves as the organization's main representative, a transitional bridge and mediator. In the Ethiopian Federal Ministry organizations, HRM activities, such as recruitment, placements, and promotion are mostly ethnically and politically biased. On the other hand, the welfare practice of employees in organizations is not policy-supported; there are gaps such as health insurance, housing services, job-based recognition and salary increases, workplace safety issues so on. As a result of these gaps, employee motivation has declined. Accordingly, this study found that human resource management activities (recruitment, placement, promotion, and welfare) had a significant impact on employee motivation.
Employee, HRM, Motivation, Placement, Promotion, Recruitment, Welfare.
Worku Sendek , Anita Walia "The Impacts of HRM Practices: Recruitment and Welfare on Employee Motivation, The Focus of Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopian’s Ministry Organizations" Iconic Research And Engineering Journals Volume 6 Issue 2 2022 Page 45-61
Worku Sendek , Anita Walia "The Impacts of HRM Practices: Recruitment and Welfare on Employee Motivation, The Focus of Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopian’s Ministry Organizations" Iconic Research And Engineering Journals, 6(2)