Conceptual Framework of Recruitment and Selection Process

Authors

  • Md. Yeasir Arafat Bhuiyan Prime University
  • Md. Mobarak Karim Assistant Professor, Department of Business Administration, World University of Bangladesh
  • Sujit Kumer Deb Nath
  • Wasib Bin Latif

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.18533/ijbsr.v11i02.1415

Keywords:

Conceptual framework, Recruitment, Selection

Abstract

Recruitment and selection is the indispensable functions of human resource management. It is the process of searching and obtaining of potential candidates. Organizations are progressing the modern recruitment and selection methods for entry the multinational companies. The success of the organization depends on effective recruitment and selection system. In this paper, the main objective is to construct a conceptual framework for recruitment and selection procedures regarding the case study on university grants commission. The study also focuses its attention to determine how the recruitment and selection practices affect the organizational outcomes.

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2021-08-18