Recruitment and selection in government service

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Recruitment and selection in government service

  1. 1.  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.
  2. 2.  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.
  3. 3.  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
  4. 4.  Electronic recruiting (“e-recruiting”) – the Internet Public and Private employment agencies – headhunters, can be expensive (job fairs) Colleges and Universities – campus placement services
  5. 5.  The process by which companies decide who will or will not be allowed into the organization.
  6. 6.  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
  7. 7.  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.
  8. 8.  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
  9. 9.  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
  10. 10. Atty. Vivian T. Dabu HUMRESAteneo-Regis, AGSB Clark ian8dabu@yahoo.com

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