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PowerPoint Presentation by Charlie Cook

The University of West Alabama


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Human Resource
Management
ELEVENTH EDITION
G A R Y D E S S L E R
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Personnel Planning and Recruiting
Chapter 5
Part 2 | Recruitment and Placement
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After studying this chapter, you should be able to:
1. Explain the main techniques used in employment
planning and forecasting.
2. List and discuss the main outside sources of
candidates.
3. Effectively recruit job candidates.
4. Name and describe the main internal sources of
candidates.
5. Develop a help wanted ad.
6. Explain how to recruit a more diverse workforce.
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Forecasting Personnel Needs
Trend Analysis Scatter Plotting
Forecasting
Tools
Ratio Analysis
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Forecasting the Supply of
Inside Candidates
Manual
Systems and
Replacement
Charts
Qualification
Inventories
Computerized
Information
Systems
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Measuring Recruiting Effectiveness
What to
Measure
How to
Measure
Evaluating
Recruiting
Effectiveness
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Finding Internal Candidates
Hiring from
Within
Job Posting
Succession
Planning (HRIS)
Rehiring Former
Employees
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Employment Agencies
Public
Agencies
Private
Agencies
Types of Employment
Agencies
Nonprofit
Agencies
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Offshoring/Outsourcing White-Collar
and Other Jobs
Political and
Military Instability
Cultural
Misunderstandings
Customers
security and
privacy concerns
Foreign contracts,
liability, and legal
concerns
Special training of
foreign employees
Costs of foreign
workers
Resentment and
anxiety of U.S.
employees/unions
Main
Issues
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Recruiting A More Diverse Workforce
Single Parents
Older Workers
Welfare-to-Work
Minorities and
Women
The Disabled
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Developing and Using Application Forms
Applicants
education and
experience
Applicants
likelihood of
success
Applicants
progress and
growth
Uses of Application
Information
Applicants
employment
stability
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Application Forms and the Law
Education
Achievements
Arrest
Record
Notification in
Case of
Emergency
Memberships in
Organizations
Physical
Handicaps
Marital
Status
Housing
Arrangements
Areas of
Personal
Information
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K E Y T E R M S
employment or personnel
planning
trend analysis
ratio analysis
scatter plot
computerized forecast
qualifications inventories
personnel replacement charts
position replacement card
recruiting yield pyramid
job posting
succession planning
alternative staffing
on demand recruiting services
(ODRS)
application form