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Sayed Hashimi Mustafa

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  • 1. Name: Sultan Mohammad Qualification: MBA (Peshawar University) Work Experience: 18 Years of field work and managerial experience in various multinational organizations Specialty: Human Resource Management, Training & Development e-mail address: sultanitp@gmail.com
  • 2. Where---?
  • 3. Recruiting is the process of seeking sources for potential job candidates Candidates can be hired from outside the organization or if available* , can be promoted from within the organization
  • 4. Objectives of recruiting is to inform the job candidates about the vacancy and to receive as many applications as possible from potential job candidates The more applications received, the better the chances for finding a suitable candidate
  • 5. Organization Image: Reputation of the organization, quality of the goods and services, social standing good reputation = more and more candidates will apply Job Attractiveness: People are less likely to apply for hazardous, boring, blue collar and less paying jobs Examples: jobs in less secure areas, mining industry, demining programs, security companies
  • 6. Internal Organizational Policies: Promotion, responsiveness to employee needs. people prefer jobs with the organizations where they feel secure, enjoy freedom and a great deal of self respect Government Influence Equal Employment Opportunity and other policies. every organization has to obey the state laws when deciding to hire new employees or fire the older ones
  • 7. Internal Search: The Internal data base of the company Employees referral and recommendations From outside the organization: Attracting potential job candidates through job advertisement in the newspaper, company website and on the internet
  • 8. From inside the organization : The development function enables an organization to have the right no. of people when they are needed Job positions are advertised through inter office memos, internal communication and on the company notice board Some organizations maintain a Human Resource Information S ystem [HRIS ]
  • 9. From outside the organization: Attracting potential job candidates through job advertisement in the newspaper, company website and on the internet Solicitation-306-09-37-OPPD-FSN.pdf
  • 10. External Sources of recruiting: Advertisement in the newspaper, company website and on the internet Schools, Colleges and Universities: Professional Organizations in HR services like ACBAR in Afghanistan Previous applications, lay-offs, part time workers
  • 11. Job relevant information Training and socialization on the candidates' time reduced performance Motivation for other Candidate is aware of the employees organization s culture, Tend to be more loyal policies and procedures Faster and less expensive Maximizes job security 9/1/2009 11
  • 12. Internal supply of qualified No fresh blood, lack of candidates limited new ideas, creativity. Ripple effect---several Affirmative action goals-- promotions required difficult to meet by Internal recruiting promoting from within. procedures may be cumbersome or overly bureaucratic. 9/1/2009 12
  • 13. New ideas and viewpoints. Possible to meet affirmative action goals. The demands of rapid organization growth can be met only with external recruits. May save in training costs by having more current training. A shakeup may be needed in the organization. 9/1/2009 Recruitment and Job Search 13
  • 14. External recruiting can be expensive. T akes longer to identify and hire a candidate. External candidates are of unknown qualities . Can be discouraging to current employees 9/1/2009 Recruitment and Job Search 14
  • 15. This document was created with Win2PDF available at http://www.daneprairie.com. The unregistered version of Win2PDF is for evaluation or non-commercial use only.

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