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Recruitment The Process of Attracting Qualified Workers to the Organization
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Recruitment Is the process of attracting qualified workers to the organization It is NOT the process of selection It is a way for the job seeker to match up with job opportunities It is a way for employers to provide information about the company and the job
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Sources of Recruits Internal: Recruiting from within the organization Advantages: Employees have a better understanding of the job and the organization because they have been introduced to the organization and the job Has great motivating potential – employees see the opportunity for advancement in the organization. It is cheaper
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Sources of Recruits – Cont’d Disadvantages of Internal Recruitment: “Stagnation” – hiring only internal employees will yield employees who think and act alike. No “novel” ideas May promote existing discrimination May produce political in-fighting May not get the “best” person for the job
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This note was uploaded on 12/18/2011 for the course HRM 300 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '11 term at Miami University.

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