The paper 'Launch Recruitment Agency in Melbourne" is a good example of a management case study. With the increase in industries in the whole world, there is the need to carefully consider the kind of human resource we are incorporating in all industries. It goes without saying that a lot of resources should be spent on ensuring that we have the best skills in the performance of different job activities. By incorporating good yet practical strategies in the recruitment and selection process, we believe that productivity in industries will increase by a bigger percentage.
Among many other requirements, the purpose of recruitment is to bring together a team of well-qualified candidates who can be suitable for the job and the main reason behind the selection is to determine in advance the kind of performance that can be gotten from a potential employee. Many of the selections done are through assessments and they incorporate skills and experiences and also the job qualifications one may have. In these assessments, the panel is able to decide on who portrays the best talents that will guarantee the organization the best of results.
Recruitment and selection is two-way traffic as the management seeks to find the best person suited for particular jobs and the applicants have the responsibility to decide if the firm that they are going to apply for job positions is the best place to work in. It is therefore essential to ensure that a systematic approach has been adopted to attract the best staff. By doing this there will be effective in the labor force and great achievements will be attained.
In this report we are going to argue and support the strategies that are used in the selection and recruitment of employees and by using legal and ethical principles, we are going to take a look at how the above decisions can be made as we compare the differences in recruitment and selection. Part A-Recruitment strategy What selection criteria to be considered Recruitment can be termed as the process in which a group of activities is chosen in order to obtain qualified people who are going to fill in vacant positions in an organization. This, therefore, means that the main purpose of recruitment is to offer a variety of potential people who can fill a position (Barrick, Stewart and Piotrowski 2002, p. 43)
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