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CHAPTER 5 External Recruitment
Recruitment Planning ORGANIZATIONAL ISSUESIn-House vs. External Recruitment Agency Individual vs. Cooperative Recruitment Alliances Centralized vs. Decentralized Recruitment
Administrative IssuesRequisitions Number of Contacts Types of Contacts Recruitment Budget
Administrative Issues (Cont.)Development of a Recruitment Guide Selecting Recruiters Training Recruiters Rewarding Recruiters Process Flow & Record Keeping
Strategy Development Open versus Targeted RecruitmentRecruitment Sources Choices of Sources When to Look
Recruitment Sources Unsolicited Employee Referrals AdvertisementsThe Internet Colleges and Placement Offices Employment Agencies Executive Search Firms
Recruitment Sources (Cont.)Professional Associations and Meetings State Employment Services Outplacement Services Community Agencies Job Fairs Co-Ops and Internships Innovative Sources
Innovative Sources Alumni Associations Unemployed Youth ServicesReligious Organizations Interest Groups Realtors Senior Networks Direct Mail Solicitations
Choices of Sources Quantity, Quality of Labor Availability of SourcesPast or Promised Experiences Budget constraints Contractual Obligations
When to Look Lead time concerns Time sequence concerns
Searching Communication Message Communication Medium
Types of Messages Traditional Messages Realistic Recruitment MessageAttractive Messages Targeted Messages
Communication Medium Recruitment BrochuresVideos and Videoconferencing Advertisements Voice Messages Web Sites Radio
Applicant Reactions Reactions to RecruitersReactions to the Recruitment Process
Transition to SelectionParticularly important for selection methods that may be uncomfortable or unfamiliar
Legal Issues Definition of Job Applicant Affirmative Action ProgramsElectronic Recruitment Job Advertisements Fraud and Misrepresentation
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