Any practice or activity carried on by the organization with the primary purpose of identifying and attracting potential employees. The characteristics of the vacancy are more important than recruiters or recruiting sources when it comes to predicting job choice.
Recruitment activities are designed to affect: ◦ the number of people who apply for vacancies; ◦ the type of people who apply for them, and/or ◦ the likelihood that those applying for vacancies will accept positions if offered.
Internal recruiting – opportunity for advancement; faster, cheaper, more certainty External recruiting – new ideas and approaches Direct applicants and referrals – self selection, low cost Newspaper advertising – large volume, low quality recruits
Electronic recruiting (“e-recruiting”) – the Internet Public and Private employment agencies – headhunters, can be expensive (job fairs) Colleges and Universities – campus placement services
The process by which companies decide who will or will not be allowed into the organization.
CivilService Commission – central personnel agency Government agencies, LGUs – if accredited by CSC, can do the hiring process and issue appointments subject to approval/disapproval by CSC
Open to all qualified citizens Based on merit and fitness Eligibility either thru CSC or other government examinations; or granted by special laws and/or CSC resolutions Internal hiring thru promotion, transfer, reinstatement, reemployment, detail, or reassignment is encouraged Qualification standards were established for each position/salary grade in terms of education, training and experience, civil service eligibility, physical fitness, and other qualities required for successful performance.
Request for filling up of the position – Department/Section/Unit head Publication – newspaper of general circulation; Posting – bulletin board Submission of documentary requirements Initial interview and verification of qualification/fitness to the position applied for Interview by the members of Personnel Selection Board
Deliberation by the PSB Submission of the Recommendation of the PSB to the Appointing Authority Issuance of the Appointment if not department head position; if department head, confirmation by the SP is needed. Approval of the appointment by the CSC
Atty. Vivian T. Dabu HUMRESAteneo-Regis, AGSB Clark email@example.com