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Recruitment

By: Asst. Prof. Amaresh C. Nayak

RECRUITMENT
Defn:

Recruitment is a process to discover the sources of manpower to meet the requirements of the staffing schedule and to employ effective measures for attracting that manpower in adequate numbers to facilitate effective selection of an efficient work force.
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CHARACTERISTICS
Recruitment is a process of series of activities rather than a single event. Recruitment is a linking activity as it brings together those with jobs and those seeking jobs i.e. prospective employees. The basic purpose of recruitment is to locate the sources of people required to meet job requirements and attracting such people to offer them employment.

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CHARACTERISTICS
The recruitment is an important function as it makes it possible to acquire the number and type of persons necessary for the continued functioning of the organization. Recruitment is a pervasive function as all organizations engage in recruiting activity. Recruitment is a complex function as it looks for various factors associated with it.

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OBJECTIVES OF RECRUITMENT
To

find the best qualified persons and the employ them. To retain the most promising of those persons. To offer promising opportunities for life time working careers. To provide facilities and opportunities for growth and development and increasing their efficiency. Prof. Amaresh C. Nayak

THE RECRUITMENT PROCESS


Step 1: Personnel Department receiving requisitions for recruitment from any department of the organization. Step 2: The Personnel department locates and develops the sources of required number and type of employees followed by identifying the prospective employees with required characteristics.

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THE RECRUITMENT PROCESS


3: This follows communicating the information about the organization, the job and the terms and conditions of service. There by encouraging the identified candidates to apply for jobs in the organization. Step 4: Evaluating the effectiveness of the recruitment process.
Step
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Recruitment Advertisement
What

it should contain?

About the organisation The Job The Duties and Responsibility / Job Profile Number of Vacancies Qualification

Educational
Essential Desired

Other Qualifications

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Recruitment Advertisement
What

it should contain?

Compensation
Salary Other Benefits

Place of Posting Selection Procedure / Criteria


Selection Tests Date and Venue Time of Test

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Consider the Following Recruitment Advertisement

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Consider the Following Recruitment Advertisement

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Consider the Following Recruitment Advertisement

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Consider the Following Recruitment Advertisement

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Consider the Following Recruitment Advertisement

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Consider the Following Recruitment Advertisement

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Consider the Following Recruitment Advertisement

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THE RECRUITMENT PROCESS


On

broader aspect the Recruitment process consists of


Recruitment policy Recruitment organization Developing the source of recruitment Techniques used to tap these sources Method of assessing the recruitment programme.

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RECRUITMENT POLICY

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The recruitment policy should abide by the relevant public policy and legislations on hiring and employment. The recruitment policy should provide the employees with job security and continuous employment. The recruitment policy should treat all the employees fairly and equitably in all employment relations. The recruitment policy should integrate organizational needs and employee needs. The recruitment policy should be flexible enough to meet the changing organizational
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SOURCES OF RECRUITMENT

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METHODS OF RECRUITMENT
Direct

Method Indirect Method Third Party Method

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THANK YOU

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