Chapter 4 Employee Recruitment

Chapter 4 Employee Recruitment - Employee Recruitment How...

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Employee Recruitment
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How did you find out about your most recent job?
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Effective Recruitment Methods Should Get the attention of the public Screen unqualified applicants Motivate qualified people to apply Be cost effective Be timely
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Recruitment Methods Formal or Direct Media advertisements Point of purchase Direct mail Employment agencies College recruiters Computer databases Special events Employee referral Informal or Indirect Situation-wanted ads Direct applications Employee referrals
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Special Populations The retired The mentally or physically challenged Ex-cons Current convicts People on public assistance Other organizations’ employees People in foreign countries Temps
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Recruiting a Diverse Workforce Build long-term relationships with minority organizations Learn how to effectively interview diverse groups Advertise in minority-read publications Recruit at historically black/female colleges Provide minority role-models at work in recruiting materials
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What do you think of outsourcing jobs to other countries? eWeek , Feb 1, 2003. Offshore Outsourcing: Should You be Worried Yet?
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Media Ads Only 10% of all jobs are advertised Newspaper Television Radio Web sites Billboards
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Newspaper Ads AVAILABLE: Good tasting soda. Consumers must want 20 ounces of fluid, regular level of caffeine, and competitive price. If interested, purchase Coca-Cola from your neighborhood store.
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Newspaper Employment Ads Effective Print Ads Creative Attractive Contain information about the job
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C. Rinker Paving Needs some good men : asphalt foreman and full and part-time workers 1. Must be able to tell time 2. Must have hair short enough to see and hear 3. Must know address or make and model of car you are living in 4. Must have shoes and trousers 5. All nose and ear rings should be light enough not to interfere with your work 6. Must be able to go eight hours without drugs or alcohol 7. Must know left from right, right from wrong, and be able to use a phone 8. Must be able to check the gas and oil in a vehicle 9. Must be able to gulp down a sandwich in 30 minutes, and be able to work at least 30 minutes without going to the restroom or drinking something If you need employment and can qualify, please call 368-9551 between 5 p.m. and 9 p.m.
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Newspaper Employment Ads Five Major Types Apply in person Call Send resume Blink box Employment agency
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Dress as if it were an interview Be prepared to interview on the spot Bring copies of your resume Bring a black pen Be nice to the receptionist CUSTOMER SERVICE—Local home health company has an immediate, full time position available. Direct personal contact and requires a caring individual. Some typing and billing helpful.
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