Definition and Meaning
Stages of Recruitment
Factors Affecting Recruitment
Elements in Recruitment Process
Difference Between Recruitment and Selection
Relationship Between Recruitment and Selection
Recruitment and Selection Objectives
Recruitment and Selection Model
Using Consultants for Recruitment
3.10 Recruitment and Selection Challenges
3.10.1 Temporary Versus Permanent Employees
3.10.2 Internal Versus External Recruiting
3.10.3 When and How Extensively to Recruit
3.11 Methods or Techniques of Recruitment
3.11.1 Assessment and Improvement of Recruiting
3.11.3 Recruiting on the Internet
3.11.5 Campus Recruiting
3.11.6 Recruiting Online: The Use of Technology
3.12 How to Advertise Vacancies?
3.13 What are Commercial Job Boards?
3.1 Definition and Meaning
In the words of Flippo, “Recruitment is the process of searching for prospective employees and stimulating them to apply for jobs in the organization”.
Those activities in HRM which are undertaken in order to attract suf ficient job candidates, who have the necessar y potential, competencies, and traits to fill job needs and to assist the organization in achieving its objectives.
Aimed at attracting and retaining the interest of the best suitable applicants. Recruitment is the process of searching for prospective employees and stimulating them to apply for jobs in the organization.
Set of activities an organization uses to attract job candidates, who have the abilities and attitudes needed to help the organization achieve its objectives Generates a pool of candidates for a position
Does not attempt to screen candidates
Recruitment Selection and Retention
The term ‘recruitment’ applies to the process of attracting potential employees to the organization. To recruit means