Week4_Spring2008

Week4_Spring2008 - Chapter 6 Chapter Recruitment...

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Chapter 6 Chapter 6 Recruitment Recruitment
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Recruitment Recruitment Definition: Definition: process of searching for and attracting applicants: - adequate number adequate number - qualified qualified from which to select select staff needed to meet job requirements.
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Constraints on the Recruitment Process organizational policies promote-from-within policies compensation inducements of competitors employment equity plans labour shortages
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Advantage Advantage s s enhanced morale if enhanced morale if competence is rewarded competence is rewarded more commitment to more commitment to company goals company goals longer-term perspective on longer-term perspective on business decisions business decisions more accurate assessment more accurate assessment of candidate’s skills of candidate’s skills less orientation required less orientation required Weaknesses Weaknesses discontent of discontent of unsuccessful candidates unsuccessful candidates time consuming to post time consuming to post and interview all and interview all candidates if one is candidates if one is already preferred already preferred employee dissatisfaction employee dissatisfaction
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