Recruitment and Selection<br />Brazil and The Netherlands<br />AbhishekSamant s2705371<br />AdityaKakaktar s2705940<br />K...
Agenda<br />Introduction:<br />What is Recruitment?<br />Methods of Recruitment<br />What is Selection?<br />Sources of Se...
Recruitment<br />Objective is to identifyandattractjob applicants <br />The recruitment process:<br /><ul><li>Specify the ...
Identify the pool of potential job applicants
Select methods of recruitment  </li></li></ul><li>Methods of Recruitment<br /><ul><li>Colleges and placement offices
Employment agencies
Executive search firms
Professional associations and meetings
Social service agencies
Outplacement services
Job fairs
Co-ops and  internships
Internal recruitment
External recruitment
Flexible resources
Applicant initiated
Employee referrals
Employee networks
Advertisements
Employment websites
Social Media
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    1. 1. Recruitment and Selection<br />Brazil and The Netherlands<br />AbhishekSamant s2705371<br />AdityaKakaktar s2705940<br />Karim El Baghdadi s2613273<br />Karina Kaufman s2733557<br />
    2. 2. Agenda<br />Introduction:<br />What is Recruitment?<br />Methods of Recruitment<br />What is Selection?<br />Sources of Selection<br />Differences in Recruitment in Brazil and The Netherlands<br />Political issues<br />Cultural Issues<br />Recruitment in Brazil<br />Selection in Brazil<br />Recruitment in the Netherlands<br />Selection in The Netherlands<br />Conclusion:<br />Similarities and differences<br />Recruitment strategies<br />
    3. 3. Recruitment<br />Objective is to identifyandattractjob applicants <br />The recruitment process:<br /><ul><li>Specify the job requirements
    4. 4. Identify the pool of potential job applicants
    5. 5. Select methods of recruitment </li></li></ul><li>Methods of Recruitment<br /><ul><li>Colleges and placement offices
    6. 6. Employment agencies
    7. 7. Executive search firms
    8. 8. Professional associations and meetings
    9. 9. Social service agencies
    10. 10. Outplacement services
    11. 11. Job fairs
    12. 12. Co-ops and internships
    13. 13. Internal recruitment
    14. 14. External recruitment
    15. 15. Flexible resources
    16. 16. Applicant initiated
    17. 17. Employee referrals
    18. 18. Employee networks
    19. 19. Advertisements
    20. 20. Employment websites
    21. 21. Social Media
    22. 22. SMS</li></li></ul><li>Social media is everywhere!<br />
    23. 23. Selection<br />Is the process of discovering the qualification & characteristics of the job applicant in order to establish their likely suitability for job position.<br />A good selection requires a methodical approach to the problem of finding the best matched person for the job.<br />
    24. 24. Methods of Selection<br />Interviews<br />CV analysis<br />Assessment Centre<br />Practical Tests<br />Psychometrics Test<br />Group Dynamic<br />Portfolio and Work Sample<br />Panel<br />
    25. 25. Political Issues<br />The Netherlands<br />BRAZIL<br /><ul><li>Military Regime from 1964 to 1985
    26. 26. 1990 openness. Privatization and economic deregulation Multinational companies going to Brazil.
    27. 27. Member of Mercosul since 1991
    28. 28. Political and economic leader in Latin America
    29. 29. BRIC
    30. 30. Part of European Union since 1950
    31. 31. Member of BENELUX (year)
    32. 32. Conflict between Netherland’s politicians and policies laid down by the European Union</li></li></ul><li>Cultural Issues<br />WHAT IS CULTURE?<br />“A system of values and norms that are shared among a group of people and that when taken together constitute a design for living”.(Hills, 2009)<br />
    33. 33. Cultural Issues 5 Dimension Model<br />
    34. 34. Recruitment in Brazil<br />Research in 2005<br />22% Internal Referrals<br />19% Executive Search Firms<br />77% of the CV’s non selected become database and 86% keep the CV’s for more than 1 year <br />(Source: Manager Assessoria, (2005). In. Andrade, K. M. (2009), Recrutramentoeseleção. São Paulo <br />
    35. 35. Recruitment in Brazil<br />Preference for Internal Recruitment.<br />Open Internal Recruitment<br />In-house recruitment and for strategic position executive search firms<br />Recruitment is centralized in the HR department<br />Always seeking talents.<br />Job fairs, internships, referrals and executive search agency .<br />Branded communication message.<br />Social medias such as Linkedin, Facebookand Twitter<br />(Source: Interview with the HR director of a MN telecommunication company in Brazil )<br />
    36. 36. Recruitment in The Netherlands<br />
    37. 37. Selection in Brazil<br />CV Analysis<br />Interview<br />Internal Referral<br />Psychological Analysis<br />Technical Analysis<br />Outsourced Services<br />Internal Recruitment<br />CV’s<br />Dynamics<br />
    38. 38. Selection in The Netherlands<br />
    39. 39. Similarities and Differences<br />
    40. 40. Try before you buy!: Offer internship or apprenticeship opportunities for high school or college students. <br />Employee Referrals: reward employees by providing a monetary incentive for referred candidates.<br />Stay in touch: With talented people who leave the company, and use them as sources for finding new talent.<br />Network: With clients, customers and suppliers and other business associates for your recruiting needs.<br />Recruit: From local colleges and universities. <br />Recommendation<br />
    41. 41. WHO WANTS CHOCOLATE?????<br />Activity<br />
    42. 42. What are the highest Hofstede dimension of The Netherlands and Brazil?<br />Masculinity and Power Distance<br />Individualism and Uncertain Avoidance<br />C) Uncertain Avoidance and Power Distance<br />D) Long Term Orientation and Individualism<br />
    43. 43. Andrade, K. M. (2009). Recrutramentoeseleção. São Paulo.<br />Domingues, C. R. & Bueno, J. M. (2008). International management and Brazilian national culture: approaches and contact points. RevistaBrasileira de Estratégia, 1 (1), 89-105.<br /> <br />Dowling, P. & Welch, D. (2005). International human resource management: Managing people in a multinational context. Italy: Thomson.<br />Heneman, H. G. & Judge, T. A. (2009). Staffing organizations. Middleton : McGraw-Hill.<br />Hill, C. W. (2009). International business: Competing in the global marketplace. New York: McGraw-Hill Irwin. <br /> <br />Hofmann, O. (2008). Via Web. Retrieved April 25, 2010, from Via-Web.de: http://www.via-web.de/271.html<br />Hofstede, G. & Hofstede, G. J. (2005). Cultures and organizations: Softwares of the mind. New York: McGraw-Hill.<br />Prates, M. A. S. & Barros, B. T. (1999). O Estilobrasileiro de administrar. In.: Prestes Motta, F. C. & Caldas, M. P. (Orgs.) Culturaorganizacionaleculturabrasileira. São Paulo: Atlas.<br />Tanure, B & Duarte, R.G. (2006). O impactodadiversidade cultural nagestãointernacional. São Paulo: Saraiva.<br />References<br />
    44. 44. THANK YOU!<br />

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