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HR Recrupment and Selection

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  • 1. SELECTIONRECRUPMENT
  • 2. Recruitment highlights each applicant‟s
  • 3. if right person is appointed at right place
  • 4. where exceeding expectations through innovative solutions is "our" way of life TT T=T3“Apart from professional development,Company also looks after the personaldevelopment of employees”
  • 5. Shaping YOUNG MIND AND MINDSETLOOKING FORWARD TO EXCEEDING ONE”S POTENTIAL Reaching Going Beyond It
  • 6. “Employees are not working with thecompany, they are living in company”
  • 7. Management of employee‟s Skill, Knowledge Abilities, Talent, Aptitude, Creativity, Ability etc.
  • 8. Functions of HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENTEmployee relations Administration Benefits Compensation: Health and safety Employee servicesPerformance appraisal Training and development
  • 9. Attract highly qualified and competent people Importance of Human Resource Management Make sue that there is match between cost and benefit. Helps the organization to create more culturally diverse workforceEnsure thats the selected candidate stayslonger with the company.
  • 10. Human Resource DepartmentRecruitment & Resource Allocation Training & Dev Selection
  • 11. Human Resource DevelopmentAppraisal and increment Training and Development Process and policiesMotivational activities and entertainment Key Result Area (KRA) – Out Measurement
  • 12. RecruitmentRecruitment is “hiring” of employees from outside. „the process of searching for prospective employees and stimulating them to apply for the jobs in the organization.
  • 13. Recruitment Procedure Overview Manpower Requisition Form Recruitment Plan Budget Sourcing Selection Process Joining
  • 14. Methods of Recruitment 1: Direct method 2: Indirect method 3: Third party method
  • 15. Objective of recruitment1: To attract with multi dimensional skills and experiencethat suite the present and future organization strategies.2: To induct outsider with new perspective to lead thecompany.3: To infuse fresh blood at all levels of organization.4: To develop an organizational culture that attractscompetent people to the company.5: To search people whose skill fit the company‟s values.
  • 16. To devise methodology for assessing psychological traits.To search for talent globally not just with in the companyTo anticipate and find people for position that doesn’texists yet.
  • 17. Factors affecting Recruitment1: Internal factors: These includes - Company‟s pay package - Company‟s size - Quality of work life - Company‟s product - Organizational culture - Growth rate of the company - Cost of recruitment 2: External factors: These include - Supply and demand factors - Employment rate - Labour market condition - Political, legal and government factors - Information system
  • 18. Selection is a negative processElimination of candidates who do not have the required Skills and Qualification for the job proposedTo choose the individual who can most successfully performthe job.
  • 19. ESSENTIAL OF SELECTION PROCEDURESomeone should have the authority to select.There must be sufficient number of applicants fromwhom the required number of employees to be selected.There must be some standards of personnel with whicha prospective employee may be compared.
  • 20. Employer Expectations in the Real World
  • 21. Initiative Honesty Loyalty DependabilityWillingness to follow directions Protocol Enthusiasm & prideAcceptance of constructive criticism Willingness to learn
  • 22. Don’t be surprised if: Your new job does not satisfy all your personal cravings. It does not keep you intellectually stimulated every minute. It does not use all the brains and abilities you think you have. It does not guarantee instant expertise. You are given some mundane chores (sweeping, photocopying, digging, faxing etc). You don’t receive regular feedback. You rarely see your boss.
  • 23. You can expect your employer to:Pay your wages.Provide safe working conditions.Provide some training related to the specificneeds of your job.Provide reasonable accommodation fordisability related needs.Introduce you to your co-workers.
  • 24. Explain company policies, rules and regulations.Tell you about changes in your duties, responsibilities, working relationships, rate of pay, annual leave schedule etc. Evaluate your work by telling you the positive and negative aspects of your performance.
  • 25. On your first day - look for the following........Watch how your co-workers interact with each other.Watch to see how your co-workers complete their duties.What are your co-workers’ attitudes towards the supervisor(s)?What type of politics exist in the workplace?Do individuals in the office tend to help one another, or is work carriedout independently?Is there a person in the office who can officially orunofficially act as your mentor?
  • 26. Presented by:Mr Sameer R Fattepur