External and Internal Recruitment in Sainsbury and IKEA

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RECRUITMENT
Table of ContentsINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................1TASK1.............................................................................................................................................1P1 Recruitment using internal and external sources...................................................................1P2 Impact of legal and regulatory framework on recruitment and selection activities...............2TASK2.............................................................................................................................................4P3 Documents used in selection and recruitment activities........................................................4TASK 3............................................................................................................................................5P4 Plan to take Selection interview............................................................................................5P5 Take part in selection interview.............................................................................................6CONCLUSION................................................................................................................................7REFERENCES................................................................................................................................8
INTRODUCTIONRecruitment is a process of identifying, screening, short-listing and hiring potentialresource for filling up the vacant positions in an organization. It is a core function of HumanResource Management. it is the process of choosing the right person for the right position and atthe right time. Recruitment also refers to the process of attracting, selecting, and appointingpotential candidates to meet the organization’s resource requirements (Bangerter, Corvalan andCavin, 2014). The hiring of the candidates can be doneinternallyi.e., within the organization, orfromexternal sources. And the process should be performed within a time constraint and itshould be cost effective.TASK1P1 Recruitment using internal and external sources.Within this assessment I will be evaluating how external and internal are used duringrecruitment within both Sainsbury’s and IKEA. There are many different reasons why vaccineswithin a business occur, for example within Sainsbury’s it is likely that a job would be advertisedfor such reasons as:The company has had to fire and remove an employee for misconduct.An employee passes away.An employee has left for reasons such as retirement, new job opportunity etc.:Long term sickness leave or holiday results in a temporary vacancy that needs to be filled.An employee within Sainsbury’s has been promoted producing a new vacancy (Cabellero andWalker, 2010).Increase in demand of the product offered by this company may result in staff needing to beincreased.The company has produced a large amount of profit resulting in them having the ability toinvest in the increase in staff.Sainsbury’s is planning on expanding their business.Internal RecruitmentInternal recruitment is the process of recruiting within the business through stages such asrecruitment and re-training of staff. If a company is unable to find any suitable candidates theywill progress on to external recruitment. The advantage of using internal recruitment compared1
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