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Recruitment and Selection

Within human resource management, recruitment encompasses proactive efforts to seek out potential candidates. This is achieved through job postings and advertising to generate a pool of interested applicants.

Subsequently, the selection process involves a thorough assessment, including interviews and reference checks, to pinpoint the most suitable candidate for a specific role within the organization.

Recruitment and Selection Differences

Recruitment and Selection Differences

Recruitment and Selection Process

Recruitment:

  1. Identify Hiring Needs: Determine the need for a new employee
  2. Job Analysis and Description: Create a detailed job description
  3. Recruitment Planning: Develop a strategy for candidate sourcing
  4. Candidate Sourcing: Actively search for potential candidates
  5. Resume Screening**: Review resumes to shortlist candidates

Selection:

  1. Interviews: Conduct various types of interviews
  2. Skills Assessment and Testing: Administer relevant assessments
  3. Reference Checks: Verify the candidate’s work history and performance
  4. Background Checks: Review criminal history and education
  5. Job Offer and Negotiation: Extend a formal job offer
  6. Onboarding: Welcome and integrate the new hire into the organization

Recruitment and Selection Strategy

  • Candidate Focus: Tailor offerings via benefit negotiations and PTO review

  • Engage Candidates: Foster enthusiasm, respect, punctuality, and positive impressions

  • Clear Job Descriptions: Craft concise, engaging descriptions aligned with company needs

  • Referrals with Caution: Leverage referrals but avoid family hires to mitigate future concerns

  • Professional Help: Engage HR pros for effective selection by leveraging their networks and expertise and reaching out to passive candidates

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