Recruitment, Hiring, Training, And Evaluating Employee

Running Head: EMPLOYEE RECRUITMENT, HIRING, TRAINING, AND EVALUATING

Recruitment, Hiring, Training, and Evaluating Employees
Micah Laban
Finlandia University

Introduction
Effective human resource management and its importance have been documented both in scholarly and other research. This research suggests the relationship between effective human resource management and organizational success. Effective management could increase the likelihood for profitability, returns on assets, and survival. (Barber, 1998)
The acts of recruiting, hiring, training and evaluating employees and resources have been shown to be extremely important to the success of an organization. Recruiting the correct employees for an organization is important for
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These younger workers should be recruited because they can team up with the experienced employees. This will allow the younger employees to learn from the experience of the older members and allow them to become more prepared for the job requirements. What this also allows is for the experienced to learn from the young. These younger workers bring with them many ideas and fresh perspectives that the older work force isn’t familiar with. This practice of recruiting employees from all age demographics has proven to be very successful in achieving an efficient and well rounder work force. (Barber, 1998) Workplace diversity has often been looked at having four dimensions. The four dimensions were created from Burrell and Morgan (1979) and put in place to identify whether a potential employee will fit the organization. These four dimensions are meant to asses if the prospect takes a positivist or non-positivist epistemological stance, has relatively low or high awareness, locates the driving forces of diversity dynamics, and identifies identities as fluid or fixed. (Pringle & Konrad, …show more content…
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