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Recruitment process in SMEs

23 March 2011

By: Sagar Ghenand

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Points Discussed
‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ ‡ What is SME ? About recruitment Challenges faced by SME in Recruitment What SMEs can do for Talent Attraction What SMEs Can learn from BIG BOYS (MNCs) ‡ Example
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What is SMEs
‡ Small and medium Enterprises ‡ SMEs in most part of the world means organization with up to 250 or 500 employees ‡ As per Small and Medium Business development chamber of India - Small enterprise where the investment is More than 25 Lac to 5 Crore - Medium enterprise where the investment is more than 5 Crore to 10 Crore
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Recruitment
‡ Process of searching for and obtaining applicants for job ‡ Recruitment process said to end with the receipt of application ‡ Examples: railway recruitment board Campus recruitment

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Recruitment process
Personnel Planning Job analysis Recruitme nt planning -Numbers -Types Strategy developm ent (Where, how, when) Employee Requisition S C R E E N I N g T O Pote ntial hires S E L E C T I O N

Job vacancies

Searching Activation Selling -Message -Media

Appl icant pool

Applic ant popula tion

Evaluatio n and control

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Challenges in recruitment
‡ Lack of detailed job analysis which leads to ineffective recruitment ‡ Don t have pulling power to hire people with unusual skills ‡ Don t have separate recruitment staff and hiring manager ‡ Can t approach recruitment agencies ‡ Not able to offer higher than average starting salaries and having standard benefits/rewards
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Talent attraction
‡ Employer branding focus on key strengths such as innovative , fast-growing regional exposure ‡ Communicating the corporate goals, vision, direction (for a more engaged workforce) ‡ More growth opportunities which is attractive to the younger workforce

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Learning from BIG BOYS
‡ Buy v/s Grow ‡ Well documented recruitment process ‡ Recruitment in bulk ‡ Managing real cost ‡ Keeping cost down - Advertising the job online through job boards in newspapers, the
company's website, or using word-of-mouth and references from trusted customers and suppliers can help keep the cost of recruitment down.
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‡ Do what the Big Boys can t - Small scale recruitment marketing campaign - Opportunity to climb up career ladder quite quickly - Exposure to broad functions and responsibilities in short span of time

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Example SMEs in IT/ITES
Recruitment strategy used by software product development company By Mr. Nari -Recruit mostly fresher -Planning to hire experienced people when they will grow -Target only Tier -3 and Tier-4 colleges -Focuses on understanding of basic concept and how well candidate can apply them -Candidate having poor English communication but have understood basic concept well and done good in test company recruit them -Advertising the job online through job boards, in newspapers, using word-of-mouth and references from trusted customers
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Reference
‡ http://nasscomemerge.groupsite.com/disc ussion/topic/show/103718 ‡ www.wakeupcall.org/sme/defination_sme.p hp ‡ http://gmprecruit.com/ ‡ http://www.smechamberofindia.com

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THANK YOU !!!
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