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Recruitment

  1. 1. RECRUITMENT
  2. 2. What is Recruitment? Recruitment is the process of searchingprospective employees and stimulating them toapply for the jobs in the organization. It is todiscover the sources of manpower to meet therequirements of staffing schedules and toemploy effective measures for attracting thatmanpower in adequate number to facilitateeffective selection of an efficient working force.
  3. 3. Characteristics ofrecruitment Series of activities. Connecting employer and jobseekers. Searching for prospective employees. Create a group of eligible candidate. Effective measures are taken to attract thepersons in the organization. Locate the source of recruitment.
  4. 4. Recruitment process1. Recruitment planning.2. Development of strategy.3. Searching.4. Screening5. Evaluating the effectiveness of recruitmentprocess.
  5. 5. Sources of Recruitment Internal Sources External Sources
  6. 6. Internal sources Present employees Transfers Promotions Demotions
  7. 7. Merits of Internal Sources Economical Saves time Motivates employees No training is needed Accurate and reliable source Reduction in labour turnover
  8. 8. Demerits of Internal Sources Limited option Not suitable for entry level Lack of originality Reduces productivity Denial of opportunities Encourages favouritism Lead to conflicts
  9. 9. E- Recruitment Hiring on the net has gained rapid popularity It is less time consuming EconomicalJob sitesNaukri.comJobStreet .comMonsterindia.comTimesjobs.com
  10. 10. Recruitment process ofSiemens Online application Telephone interview Face to face interview Job related testing Reference checks Offer and acceptance.
  11. 11. Wipro Round 1: Written test –verbal, aptitude, technical. Round 2:Technical Interview-major eliminationround Round 3: HR Interview
  12. 12. Job analysis Formal and detailed study of jobs It provides all the characteristics of a job.
  13. 13. Process of job analysis Organizational analysis Organizing job analysis programme Selecting representative jobs for analysis Collection of data Developing job description Preparing a job specification
  14. 14. Techniques of gathering jobinformation for jobanalysis.Interview methodObservation methodRecord methodQuestionnaire method.
  15. 15. Products of job analysisJob description.Job specification.Job design.
  16. 16. Job description It is a descriptive statement defining thepurpose and scope of a job. What is to be done and how is to be done andwhy? This statement describes a job in terms of itstitle,location,duties,responsibilities andrelationship with another individuals. It should have clarity.
  17. 17. Job specification It is a statement, which shows the maximumacceptable human qualities necessary toperform a job satisfactorily.
  18. 18. Job design Job design involves conscious efforts toorganise task, duties and responsibilities intounit work to achieve certain objectives.
  19. 19. Methods of job design Job rotation. Job simplification. Job enlargement. Job enrichment.

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