RECRUITMENT
Job of RECRUITER
Meaning
• Recruitment is the process of searching
prospective employees and
stimulating them to apply for job in the
organ...
Definition
• “ Recruitment is the process of searching for
prospective employees and stimulating and
encouraging them to a...
Features
• It is a process rather than a single act or event.
• Linking activity as it brings together the employer
and th...
Types of Recruitment
Needs..
• Planned: Arises from changes in organization and
retirement policy.
• Unexpected: Arises du...
Process
1. Identify Vacancies
2. Prepare Job Description and Job
Specification
3. Choosing a Source
4. Managing the respon...
Factors affecting Recruitment
Elements of Recruitment
process
• Recruitment Policy
• Recruitment style
• Developing sources of recruitment
• Methods of ...
Recruitment Policy
• Recruitment Policy specifies the objectives of
recruitment and provides a framework for the
implement...
Pre-requisites of a good
policy
• It should be in conformity with general
personnel policies.
• Provide employees with job...
Recruitment Style
• Recruitment Policies differ from organization
to organization. There can be:-
CENTRALISED
RECRUITMENT
...
Sources of Recruitment
Methods of Recruitment
• Direct Methods:- In this employee contacts,
manned exhibits and waiting lists are used.
• Indirec...
Challenges in Recruitment
• Image of the Organization
• Unattractive Job
• Internal Policies of the Organization
• Budgeta...
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ITFT Recruitment

  1. 1. RECRUITMENT
  2. 2. Job of RECRUITER
  3. 3. Meaning • Recruitment is the process of searching prospective employees and stimulating them to apply for job in the organization. • When more persons apply for jobs then there will be scope of recruiting better persons. • It is the second step after Manpower Planning. • It prompts people to offer for selection in an organization.
  4. 4. Definition • “ Recruitment is the process of searching for prospective employees and stimulating and encouraging them to apply for jobs in the organization” -Flippo
  5. 5. Features • It is a process rather than a single act or event. • Linking activity as it brings together the employer and the prospective employees. • Positive activity to seek out eligible persons from which suitable ones are selected. • It involves locating the sources of people required to meet job requirements. • It involves ability to match jobs to suitable candidates. • A two way process between recruiter and recruited. • A complex job that involves lots of factors.
  6. 6. Types of Recruitment Needs.. • Planned: Arises from changes in organization and retirement policy. • Unexpected: Arises during resignations, deaths, accidents and illness. • Anticipated: Refers to those movements in personnel which an organization can predict by studying trends in the internal and external environments
  7. 7. Process 1. Identify Vacancies 2. Prepare Job Description and Job Specification 3. Choosing a Source 4. Managing the response 5. Short listing 6. Arrange Interviews 7. Conducting Interviews and Decision Making
  8. 8. Factors affecting Recruitment
  9. 9. Elements of Recruitment process • Recruitment Policy • Recruitment style • Developing sources of recruitment • Methods of recruiting
  10. 10. Recruitment Policy • Recruitment Policy specifies the objectives of recruitment and provides a framework for the implementation of recruitment program. • It may cover several issues such as extent of promotion from within, recruiting old employees, minority groups friends and relatives of present employees.
  11. 11. Pre-requisites of a good policy • It should be in conformity with general personnel policies. • Provide employees with job security and continuous employment • Integrate organizational needs and employee needs. • It should match qualities of employess with the requirements of work. • It should provide suitable jobs for handicapped, women and minority groups.
  12. 12. Recruitment Style • Recruitment Policies differ from organization to organization. There can be:- CENTRALISED RECRUITMENT DECENTRALISED RECRUITMENT
  13. 13. Sources of Recruitment
  14. 14. Methods of Recruitment • Direct Methods:- In this employee contacts, manned exhibits and waiting lists are used. • Indirect Methods:- It includes advertisement in newspapers, journals on radio and television are used to publicize vacancies. • Third Party Methods:- When agencies are used to recruit personnel e.g. Consulting Agencies, Employment Exchanges.
  15. 15. Challenges in Recruitment • Image of the Organization • Unattractive Job • Internal Policies of the Organization • Budgetary Support • Government Interference
  16. 16. Thank You

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