Recruitment and Selection Practices of Bdo

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RECRUITMENT AND SELECTION PRACTICES OF
SELECTED EMPLOYEES OF BANCO DE ORO
IN STA. ROSA LAGUNA

A Research Proposal Presented to Faculty of the
College of Business Administration and Accountancy
De La Salle University – Dasmariñas

In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the
Degree Bachelor of Science in Business
Administration

By

Gelle, Jerica Joyce S.

May 2013
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

First and foremost, the researchers give thanks to God Almighty for the wisdom and strength to finish this study. To the light, our God, who guided us through the way.

To the following, grateful acknowledgement is also expressed.

Dr. Oscar P. Lacap Jr. their God-given mentor. They take this opportunity to express their profound gratitude and deep regards forhis exemplary guidance, monitoring and constant encouragement throughout the course of this research proposal. The blessing, help, and guidancegiven by him time to time shall carry them along the way in the journey of life on which they’re about to embark.

To their friends and families, they were a great source of support and encouragement. The researchers thank them all and wish them all the best in their lives.

To their mothers and fathers, for their warm,kinds encourage, and love.

To every person that gave them something to light their pathway, they thank them for believing in them.

Gelle, Jerica Joyce S.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

PRELIMINARIESPage

Title Page i

Acknowledgement ii

Table of Contents iii

List of tables iv

List of figures v

Chapter

1. THE PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND

Introduction 1

Background of the Study 2

Theoretical Framework 3

Conceptual Framework 4

Statement of the Problem 5

Hypothesis of the Study 6

Significance of the Study 7

Scope and Delimitation 8

Definition of terms 9

2. REVIEW OF RELATED LITERATURE AND STUDIES

Foreign Literature 11

Local Literature 13

Foreign Studies 15

Local Studies 20

3. RESEARCH METHODLOGY

Research Design 27

Population Frame and Description Respondents 28

Research Instrument 29

Data Gathering Procedure 30

Statistical Treatment of Data 31

BIBLIOGRAPHY

APPENDICES

Letter to Respondents

Questionnaire

Curriculum Vitae

LIST OF TABLE

Table Title/Description Page

1Response Code20

2Perception of the firm Respondents 26
on the Extent of Implementation to
Green Management Practice

3Summary of Assessment of the Extent26
Frequency of Implementation of Green
Mangement Practice

LIST OF FIGURES

FigureTitlePage

1 Approaches to Being Green 4

2 Research paradigm of the study 5

3 Demographic Profile Distribution of the Firm- Respondent According to Nature Business 23

4 Demographic Profile Distribution of the Firm-Respondent According to Years of Operation 24

5 Demograhic Profile Distribution of the Firm-Respondent according to Numbers of Employees 25

Chapter 1

THE PROBLEM AND ITS BACKGROUND

Introduction

Recruitment is the process of searching for prospective employees and stimulating them to apply for jobs in the organization. In simple words recruitment can be defined as a ‘linking function’-joining together those with jobs to fill and those seeking jobs. (Edwin B. Flippo)

For a successful recruitment of managerial or professional candidates most of the organizations recruitment practices include a systematic analysis of the job and the labor market situations. Recruitment is vital to any management process and failure in recruitment can create difficulties for any company...
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