Methods of Recruitment

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MODERN METHODS OF RECRUITMENT

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Presented By:
Chhatrapal Surve(160)
S.Y.BBA

INDEX

|SR.NO |DESCRIPTION |PAGE NUMBER | |1) |WHAT IS RECRUITMENT? |3 | |2) |TYPES OF RECRUITMENT |4-10 | |3) |INNOVATIVE METHODS OF RECRUITMENT |11-12 | |4) |CASE STYDY ON BHEL |13-15 |

What is recruitment?

Recruitment is the process of attracting qualified applicants for a specific job. The process begins when applications are brought in and ends when the same is finished. The result is a pool of applicants, from where the appropriate candidate can be selected.

Human resources recruitment methods vary according to staffing needs, company size, recruiting staff expertise and budget for advertising, cost-per-hire and other employment expenses. Depending on the jobs for which your company is recruiting workers, some methods are more effective than others. Often, the way to determine the most effective recruitment method is by experimenting with several methods until you find one that uses your company's resources and time wisely.

Types of recruitment

There are types of recruiting methods:
1) Internal methods
2) Extrenal methods

The internal recruitment sources are very important, but they cannot be used to fill every vacancy in the organization. It is very important to realize, that in many organization, the internal recruitment is divided into two separate processes: 1) Internal recruitment and

2) Promotions:
The promotion is the move of the employee when the organization initiates the whole process. The real internal recruitment is than a move of the employee initiated by the employee him or herself.

The external recruitment sources bring job candidates from the external environment using different techniques. The oldest, but still pretty efficient is a newspaper job advertisement. The other external recruitment sources are the recruitment agencies and executive search companies. Their services are not cheap, but the organization does not have to handle all that job resumes and the good agency also makes follow ups of the job candidates in the recruitment process. They are discussed in detail in the following pages.

1) Employee Referrals:
Present employees are well aware of the qualifications, attitudes, experience and emotions of their friends and relatives. They are also aware of the job requirements and organizational culture of their company. As such they can make preliminary judgment regarding the match between the job and their friends and relatives. A very special kind of the recruitment source is the referral recruitment, when the employees are paid to provide the organization with their friends as potential employees. This can look strange, but it can provide the organization with many interesting candidates, who are not reachable via any other recruitment source. Many employers realize the value of recruiting via employee referrals, and even offer referral bonuses to encourage employees to recommend friends, colleagues and family members for jobs. If your company has a high-performing work force, this could be a very effective recruiting method. Employees who are conscientious about their job duties and responsibilities generally...
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