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Recruitment as Searching Sources of Labor

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It is evidently clear from the discussion that under recruitment, the organization is presented with an opportunity to choose from external or internal modes. Though both of them have their specific advantages and disadvantages, yet no singular mode can help achieve the goals. As such, a combination of techniques in both the modes has to be adopted. While internal sources ensure quality, cost-effectiveness, and ease of process, external sources bring in innovation, enthusiasm, spirit, and creativity. For the organization in question, its medium size calls for internal sources while competition and technology compel the use of external sources.

As already known, both managerial and technological positions have to be filled. As such, it is feasible to fill in the managerial and executive grade through internal recruitment techniques and the latter through external means. Managerial positions require decision-making abilities, good communication, and interpersonal skills and some leadership qualities also. Using internal sources would be practical in this case as existing employees are already accustomed to the company culture, the policies, regulations and have gained good experience working with the clients of the organization.

They are now in a position to lead and influence the newly inducted candidates. Keeping this thing in mind, promotions and succession planning will be adopted as the company has already witnessed the abilities of the employees. It will further work as a motivator to the selected employees and groom up their personality and bonding with the organization. Use of replacement charts will be made in this regard as it will clearly demonstrate the improvement and skills added to the employees and will facilitate matching of the position with the candidate.

Transfers can be resorted to only when it is cross-departmental recruitment in managerial grade only. Technical transfers cannot be termed as feasible because of the technical qualifications constraints and also it is not sure as to whether the organization can provide appropriate technical training for it.

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