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    Recruitment and Selection Topic: Internal Recruitment Class: BBA 6-A Word Count:1600 Date: 27 November 2014 Group Members: Reg # Alizah Ali 30714 Asma Khan 28669 Nazima Behan 28795 Rija Wasti 28816 Zaneb Shaheen 28880 Internal Recruitment Introduction Internal recruitment is the process of attracting and hiring employees which are already working for the organization. The most important step is to…

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    As technology has reached new heights, interpersonal skills have become crucial to the everyday lifestyle. There are various skills and abilities wrapped-up in the term interpersonal skills, but there are two in particular that are essential to being a successful Human Resource Manager, effective communication and attentive listener. In the last decade, the human resources department has advanced, and is now considered a prime position and backbone to organizations. It is not only having…

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    Diversity In Recruiting

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    Diversity is an important factor in the recruiting process and the burden of insuring that there is diversity within an organization is usually the responsibility of the company’s “HR and the president/CEO” (Giardina). Because of this, many HR professionals participate in surveys offered by the ‘Society for Human Recourse Management’ or SHRM, in order to collect data of hiring practices (1). This data can then be used as a tool by recruiters to help increase diversity in the workplace. These…

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    The role of the Human Resources professional must be a constantly evolving, fluid process. As the world changes, so should the way businesses choose to approach diversity. One issue facing the business world is the issue of workplace diversity and how to balance religious freedom and personal beliefs with the current worldly acceptance of various sexual orientations. Mathis, Jackson and Valentine state that, “Approximately 9 million Americans identify themselves as being lesbian, gay, bisexual…

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    Business Unit 9 P1

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    Job advertisements are crucial for gaining potential employees as they can be put up anywhere and convey a positive message to potential candidates when done in a manner that shows people a professional image of your company. This is important as the first impression given out by a company can most likely decide whether that individual wishes to join that particular company. Internal adverts are when a company decides to replace a member who has been terminated or left with a member from within…

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    Functional Resume

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    A Resume is a key element to getting a job. Through a resume a person can should that they are qualified and have the experience that the employer is looking for. A resume has key component that are very important and a person needs all of them, if they are missing one component it could make or break a person getting that job. There are three different resumes and an curriculum vitae. Along with a resume a person attaches a cover letter, which is the first thing an employer looks so it must…

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    Employee Relations Employee health is the one of the most important roles of Human Resources (HR), because it is responsible for assisting the employee and the employer various issues. Issues like substance abuse, emotional mental health, health and older employees, organizational safety culture, safety training and communication, inspection investigation and evaluation, are some of the workplace issues HR consults with employees and employers. Also, HR provides counsel to employees and…

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    entire population (the International Labor Organization, 2011). To survive in today’s labour market, a remarkable proportion of candidates have equipped themselves with specialized knowledge and competitive spirit guiding them to be employed satisfactorily. Nevertheless, there is no debate on whether the value of specific qualifications outweigh specialized skills, as the primary purpose of participating in the labour market is to achieve self-worth and balance the supply and demand within the…

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    PART-01 Task-1-a Professional Professional is a person who is educated and trained well to perform a scope that requires necessary skill and knowledge, most of the organizations are hiring these kinds of people to full fill their scope by paying them to obtain high quality of work. Professionalism The qualities that (skills, character and competence) are expected from a skilled and trained people(professional) call professionalism. It will dedicate the level of performance of a person through…

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    WHY ORGANISATION MOVE INTO TEAMWORKING? To remain competitive, organization need to make effective use of resources to survive. The most important resources of an organization are its employees. Teamwork is used by organization for making improvements in various areas of organization. • Improving productivity Team working can make more effective and efficient use of employees and improve productivity by making team members more accountable to customers. It helps employees to undertake a wider…

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