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Neeru Gupta Started The Discussion:

Dear All, I m new for the site nd now i want to know what’s the methods for recruitment? Regards Neeru

shrini74 - Contributing Member
Hi,

Some regular methods of recruitment are:

1) Head Hunting.
2) Job posting on job sites (Naukri, monster, timesjobs etc)
3) Database search on job sites.
4) Employee referral
5) Manpower consultants.
6) Advertisements on news papers like TOI, Hindu, Deccan Herald etc.
7) Contract staffing.

Hope this clears your doubts.

If you have any doubts you are free to ask.

Regards,
shrini

Deepso - Contributing Member
Dear neetu,

I am Professor , with a leading BSchool in Pune ,and these are my notes... I hope they are of some help to you ...

Pls feel comfortable to revert in case of any discrepancy.

Regards,
Deepali.


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norlida - 
there are many ways co. can recruit candidates such as internal and external recruitment. internal recruitment can be in the form of job posting , job bidding, employee referal etc

external method can be through the media - nespaper, tv magazines, campus recruiting,
latest now will be internet recruiting...

norlida.

Hi Iam doing a project on COMPARATIVE STUDY BETWEEN THE TRADITIONAL AND MODERN METHODS OF RECRUITMENT. Iam neha and iam doing my MBA IN HR and working in a consultancy firmPlease help me with it.I want to make a questionnaire on this, can somepne please suggest me some questions.

srinuk - Contributing Member
Im starrting a new company in IT field. Can any one send the complete employee handbook, Offer letter, Appraisal letter and any other related format plz . Thanking u in advance . Cheers

princy.kcv - 
Hi,

I hav to prepare a project for my MBA on recruitment.
can u provide me these details:

1. Origin and development of the of the Recruitment.
2. Growth and present status of recruitment Industry.
3 Future of Recruitment Industry.

Thank You

Regards
Priyanka

princy.kcv - 
Please reply me soon Its urgent:(

Hi,

I hav to prepare a project for my MBA on recruitment.
can u provide me these details:

1. Origin and development of the of the Recruitment.
2. Growth and present status of recruitment Industry.
3 Future of Recruitment Industry.

Thank You

Regards
Priyanka[/quote]

HR Rascal - 
Like most people practices, recruitment has a military link to it. Recruitment for a fee, or 'recrute' in French, was added to the French dictionary in the 18th century.

There are records showing that a private recruitment organisation started in the 19th century.

Job Centres and Private Recruitment Firms really took off in the early 20th Century in line with the high demand of people to support the war efforts in Europe.

First Exec Search firm was Boyden in 1946.

Recruitment in its truest form would be conscription and its arguable where and when that started.

I wanted some details of "walk ins" as a source of recruitment i have a project .. as i am studying MBA please help regards jimmy

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