RECRUITEMENTDEFINITIONProcess of finding and attracting capableapplicants for employment. It begins when newrecruits are sought and ends when theirapplicants are submitted. The result is a pool ofapplicants from which new employees areselected.
RECRUITMENT PROCESS• Recruitment Planning• Strategy Development• Searching• Screening• Evaluation and Control
RECRUITMENT PROCESSJOBVACANCIESEMPOYEEREQUISITIONJOBANALYSISEVALUATIONANDCONTROLSTRATEGYDEVELOPMENTSEARCHINGRECRUITMENTPLANNINGH R PAPPLICANTPOOLPOTENTIALHIRES SELECTIONSCREENING
RECRUITMENT PLAN• Number of Contact• Types of Contact
STRATEGY DEVELOPMENT• ‘Make’ or ‘Buy’• Technological Sophistication• Where to look• How to look- Internal- External
SCREENINGProcess of sorting resumes to disqualifycandidates using successively more detailedexaminations of the resumes
EVALUATION AND CONTROL• It is necessary as considerable costs areincurred in the recruitment process. I.e..• Salaries for recruiters.• Cost of advertisements• Cost of producing supporting literature.• Recruitment overheads and AdministrationExpenses.• Cost of overtime ..etc..