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HRM .Recruitment

HRM .Recruitment

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Published by: Kishan Pradeep on Dec 19, 2010
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‡ The process by which a job vacancy is identified and potential employees are stimulated to apply in large numbers for vacancies. ‡ The nature of the recruitment process is regulated and subject to employment law.

The process of attracting individuals on a timely basis, in sufficient numbers, and with appropriate qualifications, and encouraging them to apply for jobs with an organization

RECRUITMENT ‡ Recruitment refers to the process of attracting. and selecting qualified people for a job at an organization or firm . screening.

Recruitment Sources and Methods ‡ Recruitment sources: Place where qualified individuals are found ‡ Recruitment methods: Means by which potential employees can be attracted to the firm .

Recruitment process ‡ Recruitment process involves a systematic procedure from sourcing the candidates to arranging and conducting the interviews and requires many resources and time. A general recruitment process is as follows: .

Recruitment process ‡ Identify vacancy ‡ Prepare job description and person specification ‡ Advertising the vacancy ‡ Managing the response ‡ Short-listing ‡ Arrange interviews ‡ Conducting interview and decision making .

These contain: Posts to be filled Number of persons Required .Recruitment process ‡ Identifying the vacancy: The recruitment process begins with the human resource department receiving requisitions for recruitment from any department of the company.

Recruitment process Duties to be performed Qualifications required Preparing the job description and person specification ‡ Locating and developing the sources of required number and type of employees (Advertising etc). .

‡ Arranging interviews with the selected candidates.Recruitment process ‡ Short-listing and identifying the prospective employee with required characteristics. ‡ Conducting interviews and decision making .

Methods Used in Internal Recruiting ‡ Job Posting ‡ Job Bidding ‡ Employee Referrals .

‡ .Job Posting ‡ Arrangement in which a firm internally posts a list of open positions (with their descriptions and requirements) so that the existing employees who wish to move to different functional areas may apply.

Job bidding permits an employee to apply for a position even if no openings exist.Job bidding Job bidding is to encourage employees to compete for a job with others. .

Internal recruiting ‡ Advantages ± Less costly ± Employees are already familiar with company ± Can boost employee morale ‡ Disadvantages ± Lack of new blood ± Departments can raid other departments for best employees .

External Recruiting ‡ Advantages ± Brings in new ideas ‡ Disadvantages ± May negatively impact morale and cohesion ± Time needed for new employee to learn. ± Usually more costly than internal recruiting .

External Recruitment Methods ‡ Advertising ‡ Employment Agencies Private and Public ‡ Recruiters ‡ Job Fairs/Virtual Job Fairs ‡ Executive Search Firms ‡ Internships ‡ Professional Associations ‡ Walk-In Applicants ‡ Open Houses ‡ Event Recruiting ‡ Sign-on Bonuses .

This method is based on recruitment at university. .Recruitment methods ‡ 1. or school s main buildings. college. Recruitment by Campus method ‡ Campus is the location of a university. colleges .

Recruitment methods ‡ 2. They usually provide a shortlist of candidates based on the people registered with the agency. . Recruitment by Job centers ‡ Job centers often specialize in recruitment for specific sectors. They also supply temporary or interim employees.

Head hunting. . Head hunting are recruitment agents who provide a more specialized approach to the recruitment of key employees and/or senior management. .Recruitment methods ‡ 3.

. Recruitment by Advertisements ‡ They can be found in many places such as: Newspaper Job posting on job sites Ads on websites related to positions recruited.Recruitment methods ‡ 4.

Employee referral ‡ This method often referred to as word of mouth and can be a recommendation from a colleague at work.Recruitment methods ‡ 5. ‡ 6. Database search on job sites. ‡ Company can buy data from job websites for a week or a month to search candidates. .

‡ Company can buy staffing contract from HR outsourcing ‡ 8. Word-of-mouth recruitment ‡ 9. Contract staffing. Free online ads ‡ You can post your recruitment ads at free websites such as forums.Recruitment methods ‡ 7. blogs .

Internal recruitment ‡ Internal recruitment can be : Present permanent employees (based on programs of career development). Retired employees. retired and present employees.Recruitment methods ‡ 10. Present temporary / casual employees. . Dependents of deceased disabled.

± be designed so as to ensure employment opportunities on long term basis to achieve organizational ± match the qualities of employees ± Highlight the meeting of established job analysis .Pre-requisites of a sound Recruitment Policy ‡ Conformity with its general policies ‡ Should be ± flexible enough to meet the changing needs of an organization.

if any . assigned to the Union in the formulation and implementation of Recruitment and selection policies .Principle elements governing Recruitment Policy ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ Identification of recruitment needs Preferred sources of recruitment Cost of recruitment and selection Criteria of selection techniques Role .

Sources of recruitment Internal ± Present . retired and present employees External ± Educational & Training Institutes ± Pvt employment agencies / consultants ± Public employment exchanges . ± Professional Associations ± Data banks ± Trade Unions . disabled . Permanent employees ± Present Temp/ Casual ± Retrenched / Retired ± Dependents of diseased .

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