Essays on Employee Recruitment: Current Knowledge and Important Areas for Future Research Annotated Bibliography

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The paper 'Employee Recruitment: Current Knowledge and Important Areas for Future Research" is a good example of a business annotated bibliography.   Recruitment is an extremely important part of human resource research in order to perfect the art of recruitment a detailed study of the past research is extremely important. This essay studies the research carried out in the field of recruitment of organizations and it’ s importance. For which an annotated bibliography of articles regarding the topic in question is given as well as an analysis of James A. Breaugh (2008) Employee recruitment: Current knowledge and important areas for future research Human Resource Management Review College of Business Administration, University of Missouri   Annotated bibliography     Article 1   James A.

Breaugh (2008) Employee recruitment: Current knowledge and important areas for future research Human Resource Management Review College of Business Administration, University of Missouri The above-mentioned article, Employee recruitment: Current knowledge and important areas for future research was written by James A. Breaugh and is published in Human Resource Management Review. The article in question is based on the study of the past 40 years; research on employee recruitment regarding the amount of research on employee recruitment has increased significantly.

In this paper, the author bases his research on recruitment topics which have been studied many times in the past. Apart from the author also studies topics like targeted recruitment and the site visit which have gained comparatively less attention however they have the probability of being an important research topic as they are also important for recruitment practices.     Article 2   James A. Breaugh and Mary Starke Research on Employee Recruitment: So Many Studies, So Many Remaining Questions Journal of Management June 2000 vol.

26 no. 3 405-434 The above-mentioned article Research on Employee Recruitment: So Many Studies, So Many Remaining Questions is written by James A. Breaugh and Mary Starke and is published in the Journal of Management June 2000 vol. 26 no. 3 405-434. the article in question is based on research regarding employee recruitment The article studies the past 30 years regarding the amount of research on employee recruitment has increased significantly. Although there has been an improvement in the research current analysis of the recruitment literature many times have had a rather negative tone. The study further emphasis on the fact of how researchers are still of the option that they do not know much regarding the topic and how recruitment activities have to impact on the organization.

The study highlights the fact, especially regarding the current reviews, have assessed a lot of the researches conducted for being inappropriately designed, restricted or limited in framework, and based on weak theories.   Article 3 Rynes, S. L., & Cable, D. M. (2003). Recruitment research in the twenty-first century. In W. C. Borman D.

R. Ilgen & R. J. Klimoski (Eds. ), Handbook of psychology: Industrial and organizational psychology, vol. 12. (pp. 55− 76)Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons The present article Recruitment research in the twenty-first century has been written by Rynes and Cable and has been published in the Handbook of psychology: Industrial and organizational psychology, vol. 12. The article is based on research carried out on recruitment practices in the twenty-first century such as recruiters, recruitment sources, administrative procedures, vacancy characteristics, and selection standards it also studies recruitment methods, for example, time-related, social, information-related, and interactive processes, as well as applicant self-selection in addition to person-organization fit, is evaluated, and increase in knowledge regarding staffing over within the entire 21 century is studied.

References

James A. Breaugh (2008), Employee recruitment: Current knowledge and important areas for future research Human Resource Management Review College of Business Administration, University of Missouri

James A. Breaugh and Mary Starke(2006), Research on Employee Recruitment: So Many Studies, So Many Remaining Questions Journal of Management vol. 26 no. 3 405-434

Ployhart, R. E. (2006), Staffing in the 21st century: New challenges and strategic opportunities. Journal of Management, 32, 868−897.

Reeve, C. L., Highhouse, S., & Brooks, M. E. (2006), A closer look at reactions to realistic recruitment messages. International Journal of Selection and Assessment, 14, 1−15.

Rynes, S. L., & Cable, D. M. (2003), Recruitment research in the twenty-first century. In W. C. Borman D. R. Ilgen & R. J. Klimoski (Eds.), Handbook of psychology: Industrial and organizational psychology, vol. 12. (pp. 55−76)Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons

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