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you are an HR in an organization wanted to recruit 5 or More people with in 15 days and the organiztion has not providing any expenses for this recruiting...sooo what shall we do the procedure of recruiting .??? are an HR manager what shall you do plzz help me @ sove the case
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ya thats better......i agree with suresh.... You can also check out old cvs of previous candidates..that remain in stock in the HR dept. take care
I do agree with Suresh. In addition, my sugession is to visit some social network site to get the desired profile. Now a days even consultants have started getting profiles from Linked In, facebook etc. Another way to use your personal links.
Hi Friend,
Upto my knowledge,
* You can circulate the vacancies on your company notice board
* you can get from your databank applications
* could refer Employee Referal Scheme.
* You could refer job portals.
* could get them through Some Voluntary agency
* could collect the resume some free recrutiment services like careesma and etc.,
Thanks & Regards,
1) You can use LinkedIn, specifically LinkedIn groups, to post for some executive/senior,middle or junior level vacancies. Use some of the free job boards to post free recruitment ads.
2) Look through your email box - you'll have prior job applicants who might meet your requirements
3) Take references from current applicants
LinkedIn had been my major tool in terms of talent acquisition and client acquisition at the same time. Its a great professional networking site to work on.
You can actually count on this.
Amiya Manna
I had faced the same situation a few weeks ago so i think I can suggest the following things from my experience:
1. Go though resume bank by the company.
2. ask your friends and family circle if they know a person interested.
3. post jobs on free sites like,, etc and give location preference to people from the city you are located in , so that you won't have to incur the cost of TA.
4. You can also post in sites like,, etc, with location preference (again for the same reason).
These steps helped me and I hope this will help you.
if the selected candidates has not joined.... while getting offer letter on the date wht shall we do..Thts my ques....??????? the organization gave a dead line date of 15 days soo we hve to fill the blanks in da Orgn...the company does not provide any expenses for the recruitment has done in the 15 days....////
Manoj - your query is around 'no shows' and in this case, I recommend the 'bench' model which entails you making 12 offers for 10 hires, assuming you are in the service industry.
If from another industry, then I suggest you change the recruiting policy to ensure 3/4 candidates for every position, stack ranked from 1(best) to 5(no hire) after interviewing and offer candidate 1 and engage with candidate 2 until candidate 1 joins or 'no shows'.
Hope this helps.
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