Recruitment

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Recruitment is the process of finding new people to do a job. For a company or organization, it is important to choose the right people from the beginning. This is because human resources are often a very important part of a business.

Recruitment has many different steps. First, the company needs to advertise that it has a job available. People then send an application. This usually includes a curriculum vitae, which is a summary of what a person has done until now in their life. The best applicants are selected and they come for an interview. This might also include some further tests or exercises to do.[1] The person chosen is then given an offer of a job. Finally, they can choose to take it or not.[2]

There are many ways of doing recruitment. Some companies go to consultants, who know where and how to find the best people. Universities and schools often have a group of people that tells the students about getting a job. At other times, a company might really want a person that is very good at a job but works for another company. They can then ask directly to this person, maybe offering more money. Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn are also sometimes used by people looking for a job.[3]


References[change | change source]

  1. Bekar, Ömer (2022-01-04). "Recruitment test: How to do the aptitude test?". Bundeswehrtest (in German). Retrieved 2022-07-17.
  2. "Hvordan tilpasse CV-en din til stillingsbeskrivelsen | Cvmal.no".
  3. "Modern technologies of personnel selection".{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)