A Comparative Study of the Recruitment and Selection Process at Ut Bank and Nib Bank
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TOPIC: COMPARATIVE STUDY OF THE OF RECRUITMENT AND SELECTION PROCESS AT UT BANK AND NIB BANK.
INTRODUCTION This chapter talks about the background of the study, problem statement, research aim, research questions, scope of the study, significance of the study, organization of the study and limitation of the study.
BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY
As it is a pre-requisite for the students to carryout project report at the end of their Degree about any organization of their choice for bridging the gap between theory and practice. The project is documented and written in form of a report, based on theoretical and practical learning of the student. The undertaking concern of this report is to study and analyze…show more content… As the Specialty Cabinets example demonstrates, managers may be in charge of recruiting or have a key role in the process. If they do not attract and hire the right people, managers can hurt the organization. Recruitment is the process of attracting, screening and selecting qualified people for a job at an organization. Rue and Byars (2003) defined Recruitment as seeking and attracting a supply of people from which qualified candidate for job vacancies can be selected. Selection is the process of making a “hire” or “no hire” decisions regarding each applicant for a job. It can also be defined as the process by which the organization chooses from among the applicants, those people whom they feel would best meet the job requirement.
PURPOSE OF STUDY The main purpose of this study is to analyze the comparative process of Recruitment and Selection between UT bank and NIB bank. The primary purpose of selection activities is to prepare which job applicant will be successful if hired. During the selection process, candidates are also informed about the job and organization. The discrete selection process would include the following: initial screening interview, collection of the applications forms, employment tests, comprehensive interview, background investigation, conditional job offer, physical or medical