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Recruitment an Interesting process
Recruitment an Interesting process
Recruitment an Interesting process
Recruitment an Interesting process
Recruitment an Interesting process
Recruitment an Interesting process
Recruitment an Interesting process
Recruitment an Interesting process
Recruitment an Interesting process
Recruitment an Interesting process
Recruitment an Interesting process
Recruitment an Interesting process
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Recruitment an Interesting process

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Recruitment an Interesting process: follow it and enjoy fruits of healthy recruitment

Recruitment an Interesting process: follow it and enjoy fruits of healthy recruitment

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  • 1. RecruitmenT
  • 2. MAIN POINTS COVERAGE • Concept of Recruitment • Factors Affecting Recruitment • Recruitment Policy • Sources of Recruitment • Need for Flexible and Proactive Recruitment Policy • Evaluation of a Recruitment Program
  • 3. Recruitment The process of seeking and attracting a pool of people from which qualified candidates for job vacancies can be chosen
  • 4. Human resource planning Identify HR requirements surplus Retrench/layoffs demand Determine numbers, levels & Criticality of vacancies Choose the resources & Methods of Recruitment Analyze the cost & time involved Organizational Recruitment policy Job analysis Start implementing the Recruitment program Select and hire Evaluate the Program Process of recruitment
  • 5. FACTORS AFFECTING RECRUITMENT • Organizational / internal factors • Environmental / external factors
  • 6. Organizational factors • Reputation of the organization – Size – Area of business – Profitability – Management etc.. • Culture and attitude of management towards employees. • Geographical location. • Channels and methods used to advertise.
  • 7. Environmental factors • The situation in labor Market: (MBA 70’s) • Development of the industry to which the organization belongs. • Culture, social attitudes and beliefs. (Pharma /cigarette) • Law of the land and legal implications (24 Opening in one adv.)
  • 8. A good recruitment policy • Complies with government policies • Provides job security (avoids frequent lay-offs) • Provides employee development opportunities • Prevents the formation of cliques (small exclusive groups) • Reflect social commitment (Handicapped) • Aligned with people and organizational policy • Ensures its employees long-term employment opportunities • Cost effective for the organization
  • 9. SOURCES OF RECRUITMENT Internal Search HRIS Job portalsNotice boards Circulars
  • 10. SOURCES OF RECRUITMENT External Search Advertise- ments Employee referrals Educational institutions Interested applicationsEmployment agencies
  • 11. EVALUATION OF A RECRUITMENT PROGRAM • The recruitment policies, sources & methods have to be evaluated from time to time • Successful recruitment program shows – No. of successful placements – No. of offers made – No. of applicants – Cost involved – Time taken for filling up the position
  • 12. It is easier to go down a hill than up, but the view Is best from the top. Arnold Bennet
  • 13. Thank You

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