Recruitment is the process of identifying, screening and hiring the most suitable candidate for a job vacancy. The candidate might be hired internally or from external sources. The process must be performed in timely and in a cost effective manner. It can also be termed as a process linking the employers and employees. Importance of Recruitment or ...

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A  recruiting program helps the organization in at least 4 ways. o   Attract highly qualified and competent people. o   Ensure that the selected candidates stay longer with the company thus the attriation rate will be reduced. o   Make sure that there is match between cost and benefit. o   Help the  firm to create more culturally diverse work force...

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There are two kinds of sources of recruitment for organization. These are : Internal and External Recruitment. Internal recruitment : it means getting the candidate from with in the organization to fulfill a vacancy. Internal recruitment can be done by: Transfer-transferring an employee from one location to other. Promotion- taking the employee hig...

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Selection is the process of picking individual out of a pool of job applicant with required qualifications and competence to fill job positions in the organization. The formal definition of selection is, selection is the process of differentiating between applicants in order to identify and hire those with a greater likelihood of success in a job. ...

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The types of interview are: Structured: a predetermined check-list of questions usually asked of all applicants. It is useful for valid result, especially when dealing with large no of applicant. Unstructured: Few if any planned questions. Questions are made up during the interview. Mixed: A  combination of structure and unstructured questions. Beh...

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The main objective of selection is to hire people having competence and commitment. This objective is often defeated because of certain barriers. The impediments which check effectiveness of selection are perception, fairness, validity, reliability and pressure. PERCEPTION: our inability to understand others accurately is probably the most fundamen...

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E recruitment offers several benefits to the firms practicing it. Facility to apply online, wide reach often cutting across national borders, reduced cost, decreased cycle time and reduced burdensome administrative processes are some of the benefits of e-recruiting. There are dysfunctional or unintended consequences of using electronic media for re...

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The traditional philosophy of recruiting has been to get as many people to apply for a job as possible. A large number of job seekers waiting in queues would the final selection difficult, often resulting in wrong selections. Job dissatisfaction and employee turnover are the consequences of this. A persuasive agreement can be made that matching the...

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