Importance of Recruitment and Selection in leading to Progression of the Organization Dr. Radhika Kapur Abstract

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Seligman-Martin-Flourish-Ch-1, iift, Syllabus - Stenographers, IBPS RRB SYLLABUS 2021, THE HAPPINESS AND HUMAN STRENGTH A POSIT
Internal Sources
Internal sources of recruitment consist of personnel, already working in the organization. Most of the organizations fill the job vacancies through promotions and transfer of existing staff and it also refers to filing open jobs with the current employees of the organization. It is a process designed to create sufficient interest among the current employees to cause them to formally depict an interest in a given position. The position applied for may represent a promotion, transfer or even demotion in the organization. The major sources of internal recruitment have been stated as follows: (Chapter – IV. Recruitment and Selection Process, n.d.).
Present Employees – The most common source of internal recruitment is through existing employees of the organization. The organization maintains the inventories of qualifications to make selection of the employees for suitable positions. The usual method of creating a group of internal applications through job position. They evaluate job opportunities relative to their skills, experience, interests and career goals. Promotions and transfers from the present employees are examples of internal sources of recruitment.
Employees Referrals - It is also termed as one of the effective sources of internal recruitment. Employees develops good prospects for their families and friends by acquainting them with the advantages of a job with the preparation of letters and notices of introduction and encouraging the individuals to apply. This source is regarded as effectual because many qualified individuals have been recruited at low cost. A major limitation of employee’s referrals is that the referred individuals are likely to be similar in type to those, who are already employed in the organization.
Former Employees – Former employees are another internal source of recruitment. Some of the retired employees may be willing to come back to work on a part time basis or recommend someone, who would be interested in working within the organization. In some cases, the individuals have left the organization for various reasons and others depict interest and enthusiasm towards the performance of job duties. An advantage of this source is that the employers are well-aware of their performance and recruit them when they feel they possess the essential skills and abilities.

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