Business Studies - Recruitment and Selection

  • Created by: Henry
  • Created on: 24-04-12 20:39

Recruitment and Selection

Hi, I'll be going over some key terms and concepts on the topic of Recruitment and Selection for GCSE Business Studies in a quick and easy manner to follow.

Job Description: this is an outline of what the job entails. This usually includes:

  • Nature of the job
  • Duties and responsibilities
  • Who the employee reports to
  • Salary
  • Benefits
  • Working hours
  • Location

Person Specification: this outlines the ideal candidate for the job. This usually includes:

  • Qualifications and education
  • Previous experience
  • Personal attributes
  • Skills

Internal Recruitment: where the business recruits from within the business.

Advantages of internal recruitment:

  • The business already knows the worker, and so is familiar with their skills and experience

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Rhys B-M

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Great Notes!

Sara Cumiskey

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love these! wish there was more! thanks a lot :D

davidsalter

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This is a brief summary of some of the main terms used in recruitment ie job description, person specification, internal and external recruitment and shortlisting.

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Business Studies - Recruitment and Selection

  • Created by: Henry
  • Created on: 24-04-12 20:39

Recruitment and Selection

Hi, I'll be going over some key terms and concepts on the topic of Recruitment and Selection for GCSE Business Studies in a quick and easy manner to follow.

Job Description: this is an outline of what the job entails. This usually includes:

  • Nature of the job
  • Duties and responsibilities
  • Who the employee reports to
  • Salary
  • Benefits
  • Working hours
  • Location

Person Specification: this outlines the ideal candidate for the job. This usually includes:

  • Qualifications and education
  • Previous experience
  • Personal attributes
  • Skills

Internal Recruitment: where the business recruits from within the business.

Advantages of internal recruitment:

  • The business already knows the worker, and so is familiar with their skills and experience

Comments

Rhys B-M

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Great Notes!

Sara Cumiskey

Report

love these! wish there was more! thanks a lot :D

davidsalter

Report

This is a brief summary of some of the main terms used in recruitment ie job description, person specification, internal and external recruitment and shortlisting.