Recruitment and Selection in Business - Report Sample

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RECRUITMENTANDSELECTIONINBUSINESS
Table of ContentsINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................1TASK 1............................................................................................................................................1P1 Two organisations plan recruitment using internal and external sources..............................1P2 Impact of the legal and regulatory framework on recruitment and selection activities.........2TASK 2............................................................................................................................................4P3 Documents used in selection and recruitment activities........................................................4TASK 3............................................................................................................................................6P4 Plan to take part in a selection interview...............................................................................6P5. Take part in a selection interview.........................................................................................7CONCLUSION................................................................................................................................7REFERENCES................................................................................................................................8
INTRODUCTIONRecruitment is a process of identifying that organisation needs to employ someone up tothe point at which application forms for post have arrived at company (Tarique and Schuler,2010). Selection then consists of processes involved in choosing from applicants a suitablecandidate to fill a post. This report is based on Luton which is a recruitment agency in London.This report is containing recruitment from internal and external sources, impact of legal andregulatory framework on recruitment process, documents required for recruitment and a plan toparticipate in selection interview.TASK 1P1 Two organisations plan recruitment using internal and external sourcesAs Luton is recruitment agency so they are having proper recruitment plan from externalsources:Recruitment From External SourcesAdvertisement:It is a method of recruitment frequently used for skilled workers, clericaland higher staff. Advertisement can be given in newspapers and professional journals(Sun, Aryee and Law, 2007). These advertisements attract applicants in large number ofhighly variable quality. Preparing good advertisement is a specialised task. If a companywants to conceal its name, a ‘blind advertisement’ may be given asking the applicants toapply to Post Bag or Box Number or to some advertising agency.Face to face interview:After advertisement Luton conducts face to face interview withapplicants to select appropriate applicants.Recruitment From Internal SourcesTransfers: It involves shifting of persons from present jobs to other similar jobs. These donot involve any change in rank, responsibility or prestige. The numbers of persons do notincrease with transfers.Promotions:It refer to shifting of persons to positions carrying better prestige, higherresponsibilities and more pay (Liao and et.al., 2009). The higher positions falling vacantmay be filled up from within the organisation. A promotion does not increase the numberof persons in the organisation.1
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