HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT:
RECRUITMENT AND SELECTION PROCESSES
BADLI SHAH MUHAMAD SALLEH
JUDE E. EDEIGBU
MOHSEN ALI SALEH
UNISEL GRADUATE SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT (UGSM)
SEKOLAH SISWAZAH PENGURUSAN UNISEL
Table of Contents
PART 1: INTRODUCTION OF THE ORGANIZATION
PART 2 (a): ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE
INITIAL ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE
CURRENT ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE
PART 2 (b): HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT POLICIES [RECRUITMENT & SELECTION]
Human Resource Planning Process.
Identifying the Vacancy.
Need Assessment and Approval.
Advertising the Vacancy.
Preliminary Interview & Application Blank
Medical & Reference Check and Employment
RECRUITMENT & SELECTION POLICIES
Equal Opportunity Policy
Part Time / Temporary / Contract Employment Policy
Promotion / Internal Vacancies Policy
PART 2 (c): HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT STRATEGIES
[RECRUITMENT & SELECTION]
Internal Method Hiring through Promotion or Lateral Movement
Recruiting through Internet
PART 2 (d): COMMON HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT ISSUES
Leadership Skill & Culture
PART 3: RECOMMENDATION FOR IMPROVEMENT
PART 4: RESEARCH ARTICLES
TITLE: E-recruitment creates order out of chaos at SAT Telecom
TITLE: From normative to tacit knowledge: CVs analysis in personnel selection
TITLE: Making the decision to outsource human resources
TITLE: Staffing practices in the private sector in Sri Lanka
TITLE: E-HR adoption and the role of HRM
PART 1: INTRODUCTION OF THE ORGANIZATION
Kindly allow us to introduce the said organization as XYZ Company. This is mainly due to we are not granted permission to disclose the legal name of the organization. Basically, XYZ Company has been established and embarked into Malaysian Education industry since the year 1999. The first student intake was relatively small in numbers. However, after more than 10 years of experiences, the student population has significantly grown up, with more than 10,000 students in few locations. The company is committed in providing an education system focusing on synergistic linkages towards the industry, developing and leading new innovative activities and research. Therefore, the company has established more than 5 main faculties such as Faculty of Education & Social Sciences, Faculty of Engineering, Faculty of Computer Science and Information Technology, Faculty of Business, Faculty of Science & Biotechnology, and etc. As a result, nowadays, the company has emerged as one of reputable organization in the Malaysian Education industry. Despite strong reputation, XYZ Company is continuously committed towards their Vision and Mission. They want to nurture professionals with high moral and ethical values, while providing excellent and conducive learning environment to students. In addition, the company is also carrying their core values. They are committed towards the highest standards of honesty, being responsible and accountable, pursuing knowledge and ideas, continuous quality improvement and excellence, and etc. Hence, from the day one of XYZ Company established, the Human Resource department, which at that juncture was relatively small in numbers, has been actively involved throughout this...
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