Does HR-Generalist Profile Includes Recruitment As Well? - CiteHR
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The answer depends. Recruiting is a function performed by Human Resources. The question is should the HR Generalist do the recruiting or should recruiting be done by a recruiting specialist. Before you make this decision there is some information that you need to consider. Either way the recruiting function has to tie into Human Resources as the work done by recruiting has impacts throughout the organization.

Things to consider when determining who should do the recruiting.
1) What is the volume of recruiting? If the volume is high it makes sense to have a recruiting specialist do the hiring. When high volume recruiting is done by an HR Generalist, they have very little time for the other HR Generalist work. This tends to lead to high attrition and poor work environments.
2) What is the type of roles being recruited for? I believe all senior roles need to have the buy in of the HR Leader, to ensure that future leaders will support and enhance the culture you are trying to develop.
3) What type of work is being recruited? If the work is highly specialized it makes sense to have a recruitment specialist with knowledge of the subject perform the recruiting.

So the answer is it depends on the nature of the recruiting being performed. Where ever you decide to perform the recruiting, the communication and teamwork between HR Generalists, recruiting and training has to be strong.

Thanks for your Views.
I did take a look at the Attachment. I have less experience when it comes with commentign on the leav policy (I am myswelf in the proces sof preparing one... not too sure if I could guide you in the correct manner)
With reg to attendance register - I would say - its perfect! And easy to understand.
What we do here is - we split cells of one day into two - that is first half and second half of the day. That is the only difference.

Hi Ruchika,
Your question has 2 answers. First one is- yes, HR Generalist also involves recruitment(internal) besides other core functions as mentioned by Ash Mathew. Again in many organisation, depending upon the structure, nature of function and departments, etc, HR Recruitment is separated from HR Generalist. Now-a-days HR-Recruitment is seen upon as a special function thereby requiring a expert. So in a nutshell u can say depending upon organisation, and its size either HR- Recruitment in involved in HR-Generalist or HR-Recruitment is separated from it as a separate function.

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