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Introduction to Recruitment and Selection (in Hindi)
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This lesson discusses the concept of Recruitment in detail.

Priyashi Barthwal
MBA-Human Resource| Recruitment,Training & Development|Twice NET Qualified & PSU Aspirant|Music Lover|Singing|Anchor|Zealous|Enthusiastic|

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Thanks for completing Koeppen's schemes.. have been waiting for this since long.. nicely explained and presented in short notes.
Thanku so much for the videos ...these are really beneficial...would request you kindly provide some MCQ’s which are important from the examination point of view.
Priyashi Barthwal
4 months ago
Thanks Akansha, Sure u vl get MCQs very soon You can also watch d course based on previous years MCQs. keep watching keep learning ✌️
  1. Unit 2: Personnel management LABOUR WELFARE code 55 Topic: Introduction to Recruitment ate/ Review/Comment & Follow me at ttp://www.unacademv commse barthwal.priyashi

  2. RECRUITMENT According to Flippo: It is a process of searching for perspective employee & simulating & ecouraging them To apply for a job in an organization. Sources of Recruitment: External Sources: 1. Advertisement 2. Employment agencies 3. On Campus recruitment 4. Deputation 5. Through Walk-ins 6. Gate Recruitment

  3. Sources: nternal 1. Former Employees 2. Employee Recommendations 3. Promotion 4. Transfer 5. IJP

  4. Methods of Recruitment 1) Direct: school, college, university( Campus Recruitment)) 2) Indirect: Newspaper, Journals, Radio & TV 3) Third Party: a) Private Employment Search firm. b) Employment Exchanges c) Gate Hiring & Contractors d) Unsolicited Application/ Walk-ins e) Internet Recruiting

  5. ors Affecting Recruitment Intern 1. Size of organization 2. Organizational image 3. Attractiveness of job 4. Personnel policies 5. Union interference actors: External Factors: 6. Labour Market 7. Extent of unemployment 8. Demographic factor 9. Legal Factor

  6. raints & Challenges in Recruitment 1. Poor Image 2. Unattractive job 3. Conservative internal policies ( promotions : seniority, experience & job knowledge, caste, race, religion, nepotism, friendship) 4. Limited budgetary support 5. Restrictive policies of the government : (Recruitment: merit/ seniority, reservation)