Selection Process of Ddbl

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1.0 Introduction

1.1 Origin:

As a part of our academic curriculum our honorable course teacher xxx assigns us a report on ‘’Employee Selection Process’’.

1.2 Statement of the problem:
Selection can be conceptualized in terms of either choosing the fit candidates, or rejecting the unfit candidates, or a combination of both. So, selection process assumes rightly that, there is more number of candidates than the number of candidates actually selected, where the candidates are made available through recruitment process. Selection is the process of identifying the need for a job, defining the requirements of the position and the job holder, advertising the position and choosing the most appropriate person for the job.

1.3 Scope of the study:

This study is very important for us, because if we want to go the organization level for doing a job or business we must need to know what the selection process is, and how make an effective selection process and keep vital contribution on the organizational production level. This study is conducted in Dutch-Bangla bank which is a leading commercial bank in Bangladesh. We deal with how Dutch-Bangla bank’s management selects effective employees for their organization. Its authority think selecting the right employee is hampered in many situations by the available applicant pool (applicants available with the necessary skills) or a geographical location (the company is located in a remote area). Therefore, they take these things into consideration when recruiting efforts are initiated and selecting the best in class applicant may be the company's biggest challenge.

1.4 Objective of the study:

This study has two types of objectives. These are:

1.4.1 Broad objective:

* Gather knowledge about overall employee selection process.

1.4.2 Specific objective:

* Steps in selection process.
* Differences between recruitment and selection.
* Steps to find the Right People.
* Reliability &Validity of selection methods.
* Employee selection tips.
* Crucial Factors in Selection Process.
* Environmental Factors Affecting the Selection Process.
* Employee selection process in Dutch-Bangla Bank Limited (DBBL.

1.5 Methodology & Source of the data:
To prepare this report, standard methods have been used.
For writing this assignment different types of data were needed to complete, tabulate and analyze. The required data were collected by different method. This study is conducted according to field study as well as descriptive method.For the field study we were used questionnaire and collecting data from Dutch-Bangla bank. For the view of descriptive method we followed the corporate documentary systems and policy, books, online. 1.5.1 Source of the data:

We used two types of sources for preparing this report, one is primary source and another is secondary source. 1.5.1.1 Primary source: We went to theDutch-Bangla bank’s Zindabazar branch. Then we asked them relevant questions to its higher authority and collect raw data from them.

1.5.1.2 Secondary source: Searching various journals, books and browsing different websites.

2.0 Literature Review

Employee Selection is the methodical placement of individuals into jobs. Its impact on the organization is realized when employees achieve years or decades of service to the employer. The process of selection follows a methodology to collect information about an individual in order to determine if that individual should be employed. The methodology used should not violate any laws regarding employee selection. Selection procedures refer to any procedure used singly or in combination to make a personnel decision including, but not limited to, paper-and pencil tests, computer administered tests, performance tests, work samples, inventories, projective techniques, polygraph examinations, individual assessments, assessment center evaluations, biographical data forms or scored...
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