| It is an activity of establishing contact between employers and applicants.
| It is a process of picking up more competent and suitable employees.
| It encourages large number of Candidates for a job.
| It attempts at rejecting unsuitable candidates.
| It is a simple process.
| It is a complicated process.
| The candidates have not to cross over many hurdles.
| Many hurdles have to be crossed.
| It is a positive approach.
| It is a negative approach.
| It proceeds selection.
| It follows recruitment.
| It is an economical method.
| It is an expensive method.
| Time Consuming
| Less time is required.
| More time is required.
| Difference between recruitment and selection
Difference Between Recruitment and Selection Process
Post : Gaurav Akrani Date : 7/27/2011 03:02:00 AM IST
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According to Edwin Flippo,
"Recruitment is the process of searching for prospective employees and stimulating them to apply for jobs in the organisation." According to O. Donnell,
"Selection is the process of choosing from among the candidates, from within the organization or from the outside, the most suitable person for the current position or for the future poistion."
A job analysis is the process used to collect information about the duties, responsibilities, necessary skills, outcomes, and work environment of a particular job. You need as much data as possible to put together a job description, which is the frequent outcome of the job analysis. Additional outcomes include recruiting plans, position postings and advertisements, and performance development planning within your performance management system. The job analysis may include these activities:
* reviewing the job responsibilities of current employees, * doing Internet research and viewing...
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