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Rutgers, The State University of New JerseyRecruitment(Chapter Six)Introduction to Human Resource ManagementHuman Resource Management DepartmentUndergraduate ProgramRutgers, The State University of New Jersey
Optional Presentation TitleLearning ObjectivesAfter reading this chapter you should be able to:1.Define recruitment and explain its importance for gaining a competitive advantage.2.Describe the components of a successful recruitment strategy.3.Identify multiple sources for recruiting employees and discuss their advantages and disadvantages.4.Prepare a recruitment advertisement.5.Discuss the role recruiters play in the recruitment process.6.Explain several ways to evaluate recruitment success.7.Distinguish between effective recruiting strategies based on organizational demands.8.Understand the impact environmental factors have on a firm’s recruiting strategy and the outcomes the organization achieves as a result.Introduction to Human Resource ManagementRecruitmentLepak, D. and Gowan, M. (2016). Human resource management: managing employees for competitive advantage. Second edition. United States of American: Chicago Business Press.
Optional Presentation TitleIntroduction to Human Resource ManagementRecruitmentLepak, D. and Gowan, M. (2016). Human resource management: managing employees for competitive advantage. Second edition. United States of American: Chicago Business Press.
Optional Presentation TitleRecruitmentProcess of identifying potential employees, communicating job and organizational attributes to them, and convincing them to apply for available jobs.Some organizations further dissect the recruitment process into: Sourcingis the process of identifying qualified individuals and labor markets from which to recruit Utilizes analytical skills to generate the recruitment leads that are effective and efficient to recruit from.Usually requires to proactively locate talent, gather information on potential candidates and initiating initial contact.Pipeline of candidates before the need arisesLess wasted timeHigher offer acceptance rateMore time to conduct reference checks Allows broader reach for candidates, beyond traditional sourcesRecruitingrefers to activities that affect the number and type of people willing to apply for and accept job offers.Relies on interpersonal and communication skills that converts those leads into applicants and new hires.Introduction to Human Resource ManagementRecruitmentLepak, D. and Gowan, M. (2016). Human resource management: managing employees for competitive advantage. Second edition. United States of American: Chicago Business Press.Kasper, K. (2013). 5 reasons sourcing is fundamental in recruiting and hiring [online]. Jobvite. Available at: <-fundamental-in-recruiting-and-hiring/> (accessed 03/24/2016).
Optional Presentation TitleRecruitmentRecruitment is the input for the employment cycle, thus a successful recruitment process has a direct implication on the success of the whole HR practices.

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