The recruitment and selection process has become one of the key processes determining the success of an organization.
This paper examines the recruitment and selection process and the latest trends concerning recruitment and selection. The first section defines the recruitment and selection process in its entirety.
Do you have people reporting to you that need managing?
Or perhaps you want to consider a career in human resources? This specialization provides a robust introduction to the key principles, policies, and practices of human resource management.
Finding and hiring the right people is often cited as the number one concern of businesses today.
It seems we are all competing for the best and brightest workers.At the outset of the course we will explore the importance of linking recruitment goals with overall company strategy.We then look at a number of options to recruit and select employees both effectively and legally.We will explore the importance of workforce planning and, finally, conclude this module with a look at the core components of the hiring process: job design, job analysis,and job descriptions.In this module, we take a look at the macro-level strategic considerations in recruiting.The specialization begins with a foundational course that considers alternative approaches to managing human resources, provides a background to the U. legal context in which employees are hired, fired, rewarded, and managed, and outlines the different reasons that people are motivated to work.The remaining three courses tackle three core areas that all managers should understand: hiring employees, evaluating their performance, and rewarding them.We then take time to focus on important legal and ethical issues in recruiting, and we wrap up this module with a look at recruitment from a global perspective. Like the first two modules, we start from the big picture - what is selection and how do we tie it to strategic goals?We then explore the important legal considerations (U. laws) and other best practices in selection, such as avoiding biases and conducting background checks.Throughout the courses, an accessible, scientific approach is embraced such that best practices and practical tips are informed by research, but presented in accessible, applied ways.Upon completing the specialization, learners will have a deeper understanding of what works in the workplace, including a toolkit of best practices for hiring, managing, and rewarding employees.