RECRUITMENT MAY BE DEFINED AS THE
PROCESS OF SEARCHING FOR PROSPECTIVE
EMPLOYEES AND STIMULATING THEM TO
APPLY FOR JOBS IN THE ORGANIZATION
The company must recruit and select the employee by keeping in mind its
requirement because over staffing means more play and less work and leads to
wastage of financial resources
Selection is the process of choosing from
among the pool of the prospective job
candidates developed at the stage of
NEED OF SELECTION
(i) It ensures that the organization gets the best among the available,
(ii) It enhances the self-esteem and prestige of those selected and
conveys to tem the seriousness with which the things are being
done in the organization
DIFFERENCE BETWEEN RECRUITMENT
1. Recruitment is a positive step 1.Selection is a negative process in
which aims at attracting number which number of person is selected
of candidates to apply for given and oters are rejected.
2. It aims at recruiting higher 2. It aims at selecting the most ratable
number of people because higher person out of the candidates who have
the number of people to apply for applied for the job.
a job the higher will be the
possibility of getting a suitable
PRINCIPLES OF RECRUITMENT POLICY
i. To find and employ the best qualified persons
for each job.
ii. To provide best possible opportunities for
long-term working career.
iii. To provide best possible opportunities for the
growth of personnel on the job.
SOURCES OF RECRUITMENT
A.Internal Sources B.External Sources
(i) Transfers (i) Direct Recruitment
(ii) Promotions (ii) Casual Callers
(iv) Placement Agencies and Management Consultants
(v) Campus Recruitment
(vi) Recommendation of employees
(vii) Labour Contractor
(viii) Advertising on Television
(ix) Web Publishing
PROCESS OF SELECTION
(i) Preliminary screening
(ii) Selection test
Important test used for selection of employees:
(a) Proficiency Tests
(b) Aptitude Test
(iii) Employment interview
(iv) Reference and background checks
(v) Selection decision
(vi) Medical examination
(vii) Job offer
(viii) Contract of employment
Types Of Tests
Proficiency Test Aptitude Test
a. Achievement Test a. Intelligence Test
b. Dexiterity Test b. Personality Test
Advantages And Disadvantages Of Test
i. Proper Assessment
ii. Uniform Basis
iii. Selection of Better Persons
iii. Fear of Exposure
Selection of an employee in an organization
PRESENT TRENDS IN RECRUTMENT AND
SELECTION PROCESS IN INDIA
HOW DO INNOVATIVE FIRMS RECRUIT AND
CANDIDATES SHOULD HAVE FOLLOWING
1.Those who search opportunities for rapid learning & development.
3.Having liberal mind.
4.Managing their own work.
5.Who make a personal impact at work
6.Creating something from scratch.
LACK OF SKILLS FACED BY A FRESH RECRUITS
COMMUNICATION SKILLS-listening, and team work and collaboration.
INTRAPERSONAL SKILLS-self motivation, self discipline, commitment and
KNOWLEDGE SKILLS-understanding organization and process; product,
solutions, and services; and consumer behavior.
RECRUITMENT AND SELECTION OF KNOWLEDGE
Coined by Peter Drucker.
Knowledge workers in today's workforce are individuals who are
valued for their ability to interpret information within a specific
As businesses increase their dependence on information technology,
the number of fields in which knowledge workers must operate has
WHY THERE IS A NEED FOR KNOWLEDGE
1.Analysing data to establish relationships.
2.Identifying & understanding trends.
3.Handling unique customer issues.
4.Addressing open ended inquiries.
MOST INNOVATIVE GLOBAL COMPANIES TO
WORK WITH ….
MOST INNOVATIVE INDIAN COMPANIES TO
1.EMPLOYMENT IS BEST FORM OF CHARITY
2. ENCOURAGE ENTREPRENEURSHIP
3.SPACE FOR CREATIVITY AND INNOVATION