paper2 - Ryan Maroney MG 250 Paper 2 Professor Boyd 1...

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February 23, 2010 MG 250 Paper # 2 Professor Boyd 1. Article Source and Title The title of the article that I chose is “Non-Campus Recruiting,” and the article is one in which I came across while reading the well known publication, the Wall Street Journal. I personally stumbled across the article while using my online account to view the Wall street journal. The article was written by Wall Street Journal columnist Diana Middleton. She can be reached for questions at [email protected] and the actual source of the article can be documented as that of: http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748704454304575081612301346960.html? mod=WSJ_latestheadlines 2. Human Resource Topic Covered The particular topic from the syllabus or text book that this article by Diane Middleton pertains to is the concept of Human Resources recruiting and how it is occurring in the job markets today. This article is particularly relevant due to the fact that it focuses on how an employer such as Anheuser-Busch In-Bev, Inc. goes about recruiting candidates whom have recently completed undergraduate or Masters of Business Administration (MBA) programs. The article zones in on the type of recruiting that the company utilizes as well as how the recruiting process occurs. 3. How the Text Covers my Topic The text defines the human resource management aspect of recruiting as any practice or activity carried on by the organization with the primary purpose of identifying and/or attracting potential employees. The goal of recruiting is encouraging people to apply for jobs and can then facilitate the goal of selection, which is deciding which candidates are best fit for the jobs. Although recruiting practices will vary across industries and companies, the text breaks the concept of recruiting down into three areas: personnel policies, recruitment sources, and the characteristics/ behavior of the recruiter. These factors all eventually will come together to determine who the company will hire. Personnel policies influence the characteristics of the jobs. Recruitment policies deal with the type of job applicants the organization reaches, while the recruiter’s behavior will affect both the vacancies and applicants. Personnel policies are those that dictate how an organization will handle the recruiting process. There are several ways in which an organization can approach the issue of recruiting potential employees. One of these policies is that of “promotion from with-in”. This simply means that the company attempts to promote its own employees when an upper level position becomes available. Another approach would be that of the “lead-the-market pay strategy.” This
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