Impact of Vision Based Recruitment on Organization’s Performance in Pakistan

Ahsan Khan, Danish Ahmed Siddiqui


The aim of this study is to investigate the impact of vision-based recruitment on organization performance. This study will further analyze the attributes of vision along with its mediating effects particularly onto the recruitment process in an organization. For this purpose, a quantitative method was used collected data from 102 employees for further investigation who works in different sector i.e. public and private sectors in Pakistan. In this way, this study finds different attributes of vision such as sharing, clarity, and stability that have compelling effects on an organization’s performance. It has been observed that vision based components significantly influence the organization performance.

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