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Volume 12, Issue 03


1) A Comparative Study of Twice Joint Border Inspections of Mongolia and China
Author’s Details:Khorloo BAATARKHUU1-Sinologist, Doctorate, School of International Relations and Sociology, University of the Humanities, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia1
In this article, the origin and development of the southern border of Mongolia, and the changes in the historical border from ancient times to the present, are reviewed. Then, in the second half of the last century, one of the major events in the history of Mongolia, the “Border Agreement between the Mongolian People’s Republic and the People’s Republic of China” was successfully established and the border of the two countries was established. After the final demarcation on the ground, according to the agreement, the first joint inspection of the Mongolian-Chinese border was organized in 1982-1984, and the second joint inspection was organized in 2001-2004. It will be told that it played a decisive role in the establishment of mutual trust in the political relations of the two countries.
Keywords: Restoring the border, re-demarcation
, borderline
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2) Effective Recruitment and Selection as a Tool for Achieving Higher Employee Productivity in Corporate Organisations
Author’s Details: (1)Jamiu Muhammed, AREMU-Lecturer – Department of Business Administration and Management-Rufus Giwa Polytechnic, Owo, Ondo State, Nigeria (2)Idowu Paul, OLANITORI-Research Analyst-Paul Consult, Research and Data Analysis,Rufus Giwa Polytechnic, Owo, Ondo State, Nigeria (3)Aderinsola Sadiat, KAYODE-Lecturer-Department of Business Administration and Management,Rufus Giwa Polytechnic, Owo, Ondo State, Nigeria (4)Olaiya Hawley, ADEMULEGUN-Lecturer-Department of Business Administration and Management,Rufus Giwa Polytechnic, Owo, Ondo State, Nigeria

Effective recruitment contributes to the organizational performance and competitiveness in various ways. Having the right person in the right place of work and at the right time is crucial to organizational performance and competitiveness. This study examine effective role of recruitment and selection as a tool for achieving higher employee productivity at zenith bank from 2010-2019. Descriptive statistic in line with Correlation Technique was used. Three hypotheses formulated were tested using Correlation Technique E-view software at 0.05(5%) level of significance. Findings disclose that Motivation (MO) revealed a positive and significant effect on employee productivity. That is, a unit increase in financial reforms will lead to increase in employee productivity with the tune as shown from the result P-value (0.000<0.05). This implies that Zenith bank obviously stood out from the other banks, as she was strict on the qualifications she sought. It was evident from findings that zenith bank recruited and selected in order to meet their objectives of the organisation, Zenith bank was a highly innovative global financial sector, so, recruiting and selecting potential employees with specific qualifications to suit the roles of the business is a good development and Zenith bank should also ensure that feedback periodically.
Key Words:Effective Recruitment, Effective Selection, Employee, Productivity, Corporate Organisations

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