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HRM CASE STUDY ON

RECRUITMENT & SELECTION

WHAT IS RECRUITMENT?
Theprocessof finding and hiring the bestqualifiedcandidate(from within or outside of
anorganization) for ajobopening, in a timely
andcosteffectivemanner.

WHAT IS SELECTION?
Theprocessof interviewing and
evaluatingcandidatesfor a specificjoband
selecting anindividualforemploymentbased on
certaincriteria.

FACTORY OBJECTIVE:

Production increase
by 25% to 40%

FACTORY

Manufacturing &
Packaging Dept.

Creative Designing
Dept.

Transportation &
Maintenance Dept.

Able to work in a team

Should be Creative &


Innovative

Can work with


automation technology

Question No. 1
Outline a recruiting plan. Which factors
are important? Why?

RECRUITMENT PROCESSES
Definition and requisitions
Communication of information
Identifying prospective
employees
Encouraging and attracting
applicants
Candidate assessment

INTERNAL SOURCES OF RECRUITMENT


A) Transfers & Promotions:
Transfers implies shifting of an employee from one job to another without any shift in
change of responsibilities, and on the other hand promotion refers to shifting of an
employee to a higher position carrying higher status, responsibilities and pay.

B) Retired and retrenched employees who want to return to


company may be hired.
C) Dependents and relatives of deceased and disabled
employees

EXTERNAL SOURCES OF RECRUITMENT


Press Advertising:
Advertisements in newspapers and journals. Has wide
reach. This method can be used for technical, clerical and
managerial jobs.
Employment agencies
Online recruitment

Question No. 2
From the mentioned case, What would
you suggest, Internal Recruitment or
External Recruitment? Justify.

What is Internal Recruitment?


Internal recruitmentis when the
business looks to fill the vacancy from
within its existing workforce

TYPES OF INTERNAL RECRUITMENT

PROMOTIONS
TRANSFERS
JOB POSTINGS (INTERNAL ADVERTISEMENTS)
EMPLOYEES REFERAL

What is External Recruitment?


Externalrecruitmentis when the
business looks to fill the vacancy from any
suitable applicant outside the business.

TYPES OF EXTERNAL RECRUITMENT


CAMPUS RECRUITMENT
ADVERTISEMENTS
EMPLOYEMENT AGENCIES
EMPLOYEE RECOMMENDATIONS
PROFESSIONAL BODIES
CASUAL APPLICATIONS
ONLINE RECRUITMENT

Q. What would you suggest,


Internal Recruitment or External
Recruitment?
A.

EXTERNAL RECRUITMENT

Question No. 3
Which factor affect recruitment process?
Highlight the ones mentioned in the case.

TYPES OF INTERNAL FACTORS


RECRUITMENT POLICIES
HUMAN RESOURCE PLANNING
SIZE OF THE FIRM
COST
GROWTH AND EXPANSION

TYPES OF EXTERNAL FACTORS

SUPPLY AND DEMAND


LABOUR MARKET
GOODWILL
POLITICAL-SOCIAL-LEGAL ENVIRONMENT
COMPETITORS

Question No. 4
What are the skills required to conduct
Recruitment & Selection?

Recruiter/Interviewer Skills
Sourcing skills

Time management skills

Good listener

Patience

Confidence

Body language skills

Marketing skills

Problem solver

Relationship building
Communication skills

Team worker