Recruitment: The Pros And Cons Of Human Resource Management

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According to Edwin B. Flippo, “Human resource management is the planning, organizing, directing and controlling of the procurement, development, compensation, integration, maintenance and separation of human resources to the end that individual, reorganizational and social objectives are accomplished.” (Human resource management, n.d.) Human Resource Management (HRM) is an important department in any organization as they focus on almost all the process and programs in other words it is the governance of the organizations management by administering policies. HRM looks after the recruitment in the management, provides direction for the employees and manages all the essential elements required in the organization like job analysis, orientations, trainings, providing benefits, incentives, negotiations, evaluation of performances of the employees, manages…show more content…
It is where the HR manager selects candidates based on the skills they possess and see if they match to the requirements of the organization needs. Through selecting the best person for the job the organization as such develops and they have quality member working for the betterment of the organization. There are different criteria to which each company access their candidates. Even though both selection and recruitment goes hand in hand one should see how each differs. Recruitment is more of a positive process where it motivates more applicants to apply where as in selection it is kind of a negative process as it includes the rejection of the candidates which do not make it to the needs of the organization. Recruitment comes first followed by which is the selection process where the employer choses the best candidates out of the pool of applicants followed by which they give orientation to the selected employees (Management study guide, 2017). Followed by the HR is responsible to give a proper orientation and training to the new

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