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Social Media Recruitment (Land Craft Developers Pvt. Ltd.)

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Introduction:
Recruitment is a set of activities an organization uses to attract the candidate who process the abilities and attitudes needed to help the organization achieve its objectives. So it is a vital issue of any organization. This study has been conducted to assess the recruitment and selection practice in two pharma companies. One is domestic and the other one is International firm. In this connection some shortcomings are identified in the recruitment and selection process of these two organisation. Finally, a constructive analysis has been done to draw recommendations for the improvements of tits recruitment and selection practice. This report assesses the feasibility of redesigning the current practices and procedures for recruitment and selection.

Recruitment is the process of identifying and attracting a group of potential candidates from within and outside the organization to evaluate for employment. Once these candidates are identified, the process of selecting appropriate employees for employment can begin. This means collecting, measuring, and evaluating information about candidates’ qualifications for specified positions. Organizations use these practices to increase the likelihood of hiring individuals who have the right skills and abilities to be successful in the target job.

A training needs analysis must be carried out to employees within an organization as it helps to define the current training received by the employee and to then take it one step further to clarify whether or not the training is sufficient, or perhaps outdated and whether or not that employee feels as if they need to do more in terms of analyzing the training they have received and to evaluate it to then make the next step. “Training needs analysis refers to organizations’ data collection activities that underpin decision making, particularly in relation to whether training, can improve performance, who should receive training and training content” (Clarke, 2003).

In terms of creating an overall strategic planning process, a training needs analysis should be carried out as it helps to make any further or extra training done after the analysis make sense and to clarify the reasons why extra training is needed and pursued by the employee to further his or her skills and to perhaps move up in that given organization or to even move to a different one. The training needs analysis is important within an organization and to those who work there. In short the training needs analysis is to “utilize most effectively training dollars and resources” (Moore, 1978, pg 532). The analysis also helps to increase efficiency and effectiveness in the workforce which can only be achieved through the use of a training needs analysis. Training needs analysis relates to job performance and therefore leads to many different reasons as to where a training need can occur. “A training needs analysis is a tool used to establish the organization, departmental and individual objectives of those to be trained” (Eighteen, 1999).

However, job performance seems to be most relevant towards training needs yet when faced with the task of being trained, it seems as though with different jobs, different training and training needs analysis’ must be carried out since many different jobs work in different environments and are changing all the time.

Number of Pages of Project Report: 72
Package Includes: Project Report
Project Format: Document (.doc)

Table of Contents of Project Report:
ABSTRACT
CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION
1.1 PURPOSE OF THE STUDY
1.2 CONTEXT OF THE STUDY
1.3 SIGNIFICANCE OF THE STUDY
1.4 THEORETICAL FRAMEWORK
1.5 DEFINITIONS
1.6 SUMMARY
CHAPTER 2: REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE
CHAPTER 3: RESEARCH METHODS AND PROCEDURES
3.1 PURPOSE OF THE STUDY
3.2 SAMPLING METHOD
3.3 SOURCES OF DATA
3.1.1 PRIMARY DATA COLLECTION
3.1.2 SECONDARY DATA COLLECTION
3.4 TOOLS FOR DATA COLLECTION
3.4.1 SURVEY METHOD
3.4.2 FIELD WORK
3.5 SAMPLE DESIGN FOR THE STUDY
3.6 LIMITATIONS
CHAPTER 4: DATA ANALYSIS AND FINDINGS
GRAPHICAL PRESENTATION
ANOVA
CHAPTER 5: CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATION
SUMMARY OF FINDINGS
DISCUSSION OF RESEARCH QUESTION
RECOMMENDATIONS
LIMITATIONS
IMPLICATIONS FOR PRACTICE
IMPLICATIONS FOR FUTURE RESEARCH
BIBLIOGRAPHY
APPENDIX


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