recruitment and selection process

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Research proposal on RECRUITMENT AND SELECTION PROCESS OF MOE (Ministry of Education) By Benafsha Musafirzada Supervised By Nisar Khan Sir موسسۀ تحصیلات عالی رڼا RANA Institute of Higher Studies 2014 RECRUITMENT AND SELECTION PROCESS OF MOE (Ministry of Education) INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of the Study This project is titled as study of Recruitment and Selection Process of MOE. In this project the readers will come to know about the process of Recruitment and Selection procedures of candidates in the organization. 1.1.1 Recruitment: Recruitment refers to the process of finding possible candidates for a job or post that has been announced by the recruiters in an organization. Commonly jobs are…show more content…
2.2 Previous Literatures Odiorne (1984), Effective recruitment and selection, California Management Review 41(2): 79-94. According to Odiorne, (1984) 5one result of effective recruitment and selection is reduced labour turnover and good employee morale. Recruiting ineffectively is costly, since poor recruits may 15 perform badly and/or leave their employment, thus requiring further recruitment. In a cross national study of recruitment practices, suggests that, in reality, recruitment practices involve little or no attempt to validate practices. Personnel managers tend to rely on feedback from line managers and probationary periods and disciplinary procedures to weed out mistakes. Firms with high quit rates live with them and tend to build them into their recruitment practices and they do not analyze the constitution of their labour turnover. Kaplan and Norton, (2004), Issue in recruitment and selection is poor HR planning, Prentice Hall Incorporated, 8th Edition, and Upper Saddle River, New Jersey. 6According to Kaplan and Norton, (2004) a common problem in recruitment and selection is poor HR planning. Rigorous HR planning translates business strategies into specific HRM policies and practices. This is particularly so with recruitment and selection policies and practices. The key goal of HR planning is to get the right number of people with the right skills,
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