Organizing and Staffing

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Organizing and Staffing: 

Introduction Nature and Importance and purpose of organization Principles of Organization Types of Organization Departmentation Committees Centralization and Decentralization of authority and responsibility Span of control-MBO and MBE Nature and importance of staffing Process of selection and recruitment Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR Organizing and Staffing

Organization: 

An organization It is a social group which distributes tasks for a collective goal. The word itself is derived from the Greek word organon, itself derived from the better-known word ergon - as we know `organ` - and it means a compartment for a particular job. Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR Organization

Few Definitions: 

Organization is a system of cooperated activities of two or more persons- Chester Bernard Organization is form of human association for the attainment of a common purpose- Mooney and Reily “ Organization is a structural relationship by which an enterprise is bound together and the framework in which individual effort are coordinated” - Koontz and O’Donnell Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR Few Definitions

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Organization is like a musical store. It is not the sound from each instrument which matters but the harmony between them and overall effect -Peter Drucker Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR

Nature and Importance and purpose of organization : 

Made of people Common goals and personal goals Both vertical and horizantal relationships Establishes authority or chain of command Dynamics of organization Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR Nature and Importance and purpose of organization

Importance or Purpose of an organization: 

Facilitates administration Help optimum utilization of resources Coordination and direction Facilitates growth and diversification Stimulates creativity Enlarge abilities of employees Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR Importance or Purpose of an organization

Principles of Organization: 

Co-ordination: Authority and Responsibility: Unity of Objectives Span of Control: [ 2-20 persons] ;Time, knowledge Dividing and grouping of activities Delegation[ Authorizing some body to work] Communication Balance[ between authority and responsibility],standard procedures and flexible procedures Flexibility Simplicity Primary line and supportive staff Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR Principles of Organization

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Productivity Productivity= Value of goods and services produced Value of resources utilized for this production Line and Staff relationship Coordination Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR

Formal Organization: 

It is an organization which clearly defines the authority, responsibility and inter relations of people working therein To facilitate the co-ordination of various activities: The authority, responsibility and accountability of individuals in the organization is very well defined. Hence, facilitating the co-ordination of various activities of the organisation very effectively. Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR Formal Organization

Informal Organization: 

An informal organization is one which is not reliant on a hierarchical structure, typical of large-scale companies. It is not typical for an entire organization to be informal, as this could cause problems which are discussed in a moment, but formal organizations do tend to have informal ones within them. Informal originations have very loose structures. People can become members freely and sometimes spontaneously; relationships are undefined and the sharing of responsibility and involvement of members will vary considerably. Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR Informal Organization

Types of Organizations: Three Things : 

Size of the Organization Nature of the product being manufactured Complexity of the problems being faced Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR Types of Organizations: Three Things

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Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR Structure of an Organization Depends on the following facts

Main Types of Organizations: 

Line , Military types of organizations Functional Organization Line and staff organization Product/Project Organization Matrix or Grid Organization Committee Organization Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR Main Types of Organizations

Barber and a Client story: 

Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR Barber and a Client story

Line , Military types of organizations : 

Simplest and earliest type of organization Clear cut hierarchy of positions Authority flows directly from top to bottom GM level to worker level At all level immediate boss gives orders to his subordinates Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR Line , Military types of organizations

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Advantages: 

Simple Flexible Clear-Cut division authority Strong Discipline Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR Advantages

Disadvantages: 

Overload of work Lack of Specialization Dictatorial way Scope for favoritism Lack of growth Unstable for large concern Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR Disadvantages

Applications of Line Organization: 

Small Enterprises: Restaurants Automatic and continues process industries such as paper sugar, textiles industries Government Offices Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR Applications of Line Organization

Functional Organization: 

Organized based on their activity or function Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR Functional Organization

Functional Organization: 

Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR Functional Organization

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Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR Do not leave any work even by SMALLER margin because even 99 doesn’t have glamour of a CENTURY Thought of the day

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Advantages: 

Specialization Cost reduction Mass Production No need for all round executives Advantages

DISADVANTAGES: 

Functional Design encourages narrow specialization rather than general management skills so that functional managers are not well prepared for top executive position Functional Units may be so concerned with their own areas that they may be less responsive to overall organizational needs Kills the initiative of workers No allround executives DISADVANTAGES

Applications: 

Educational Institutes Transport Systems Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR Applications

Make a promise: I shall always speak the truth.: Story of a Thief : 

Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR Make a promise: I shall always speak the truth.: Story of a Thief

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The line-and-staff organization combines the line organization with staff departments that support and advise line departments. Most medium and large-sized firms exhibit line-and-staff organizational structures. The distinguishing characteristic between simple line organizations and line-and-staff organizations is the multiple layers of management within line-and-staff organizations. The following sections refer primarily to line-and-staff structures, although the advantages and disadvantages discussed apply to both types of organizational structures. Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR Line and Staff Organization

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Examples of line organizations are small businesses in which the top manager, often the owner, is positioned at the top of the organizational structure and has clear "lines" of distinction between him and his subordinates. Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR

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The line-and-staff organization combines the line organization with staff departments that support and advise line departments. Most medium and large-sized firms exhibit line-and-staff organizational structures. The distinguishing characteristic between simple line organizations and line-and-staff organizations is the multiple layers of management within line-and-staff organizations. Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR

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Advantages: 

Decision Efficiency Staff managers generally perform their job functions without managerial guidance or approval Company Oversight Line managers are vital to the success of any growing business. Line managers compose the chain of command, and are responsible for directing, motivating and supervising employees at all levels of an organization. Line managers make formal decisions within their sphere of authority that directly influence the way a company does business, including production goals, organizational policies and compensation decisions Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR Advantages

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Expert Advice According to referenceforbusiness.com, staff managers often play a support role to line managers. Since staff managers are generally very knowledgeable in their field, line managers have the advantage of being able to tap into the knowledge and resources of staff managers to solve complex problems. Having specialized staff managers on board can help to bring clarity to extraneous legal, tax and other issues. Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR

Productivity : 

Line managers can work more efficiently with staff managers handling specialized functions. By providing staff managers with total authority in particular areas, line managers have more free time to focus on their main tas k Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR Productivity

Disadvantages: 

Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR Disadvantages Authority The different levels of authority can cause confusion among employees who are not sure whether to follow the in-line executive or the relevant staff specialist .

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Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR Decision Making Whenever a decision results in higher returns, the staff specialists are rewarded. While this reward may be justified, the line officials involved can become dissatisfied or begin to feel unappreciated, which leads to low productivity .

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Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR Conflict Sometimes, the two authorities, line and staff, disagree, which causes conflict that hurts the efficiency and the productivity of the company

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© 2007 Prentice Hall Inc. All rights reserved. Grouping Activities By: Product Geography Process Departmentalization The basis by which jobs are grouped together.

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Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR All jobs associated with producing and selling a product or product line will be placed under the direction of one manager Product becomes the preferred basis as a firm grows by increasing the number of products it markets Concentrating authority, responsibility, and accountability in a specific product department allows top management to coordinate actions Product Organization

Product Departmentalization Structure: 

OBM Company Small Household Appliances Large Household Appliances Commercial Appliances Building Materials and Products Lawn and Garden Products Automotive Products Product Departmentalization Structure

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Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR Project Organization In the company activities are grouped based on the project; Example: Fly over Project, Metro Project, Airport Road

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Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR Project Organization

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Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR Process Organization Departmentization is done on the basis of particular process For Example: In a Car Manufacturing Unit: Painting and Denting, Interior , Wiring department In Textile: Dyeing section,Printing Section,Packing section

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Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR Butterfly’s Story

Geographic Departmentalization Structure: 

Northeast Midwest Southeast Pacific OBM Company Southwest Geographic Departmentalization Structure In this departmentization is done based on the different location as shown above .

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Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR Advantages of Departmentization Specilalization Increase in efficiency No Interface Competitive Spirit Initiative to manager Easy evaluation Ease of Budgeting Flexibity

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Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR Dis Advantages Duplication of work Inadequate Centralization Glamour for the same department Narrow Thinking Under Utilization

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Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR Sand and Stone Story

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Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR Attempts to maximize the strengths and minimize the weaknesses of both the functional and product bases Superimpose a horizontal structure of authority, influence, and communication on the vertical structure Facilitates the utilization of highly specialized staff and equipment Matrix organization

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Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR Story of a Peacock

Example of the Matrix Organization Model: 

Project or product A Project or product B Project or product C Project or product D Project or product E Manufacturing Marketing Engineering Finance Functions Projects, products Example of the Matrix Organization Model

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Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR Advantages Cost is reduced due to sharing of manpower Better Professional Identification is maintained Flexible and versatile Result Oriented Responsibility is clearly defined

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Wok is worship Learning is retained through putting into practice; family prestige is maintained through good behaviour; a respectable person is recognised by his excellent qualities; and anger is seen in the eyes .

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Wok is worship The function of education is to teach one to think intensively and to think critically. Intelligence plus character - that is the goal of true education. Goal of Education

Committees: 

Committees Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR It is a smaller group within a larger organization consisting of a fewer individuals and having its own objectives Committee is formed when a group of individuals come together to discuss decide and recommend solutions to certain issues of the organization It is compose to solve an issue of the organization

Different types of Committees: 

Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR Adhoc Standing or Permanent Advisory Committee Educational Committee Different types of Committees

Characteristics of a Committee: 

Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR Numbers in a committee should be minimum Agenda should prepared by the chairman Duties an responsibilities should be clearly specified Chairman must have enough authority to conduct meeting Members from all the department Meeting should begin and end on fixed time Characteristics of a Committee

Advantages: 

Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR Advantages Decisions are taken based on the collective wisdom Platform to integrate the ideas Different departments put their thoughts to safeguard their interests New Ideas, innovations and new schemes

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Wok is worship These five: the life-span, the type of work, wealth, learning and the time of one's death are determined while one is in the womb .

Disadvantages: 

Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR Disadvantages May take more time to come to conclusion No individual can be held responsible for anything Final decision may not be acceptable to everyone on the committee Aggressive members can influence the decision Overhead costs in conducting meetings Postponement of the meeting when key members are absent

It is not my Problem: 

Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR It is not my Problem

Authority and Responsibility: 

Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR Authority and Responsibility Henri Fayol defines authority ” The right to give orders and the power to demand obedience” Authority will be given based on position in the hierarchy

Functions of Authority: 

Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR Functions of Authority It demands and ensures obedience from the subordinates Helps in implementation of decisions Helps in coordination and maintaining uniformity

Responsibility: 

Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR Responsibility Authority and responsibility are the two sides of the same coin Authority is used to give instruction to his or her subordinates. Responsibility refers to the accountability of ones action

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Authority Responsibility Power to command It comes with the position in the organization It can be delegated Right to give orders and power to extract obedience Authority tends to make a person corrupt, demanding, arrogant and autocratic. Accountability for actions Matches the authority conferred on any position Cannot be delegated Obligation to perform assigned duties Make a person accommodative, humble and democratic Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR

What is Centralization ?: 

Centralization is said to be a process where the concentration of decision making is in a few hands. All the important decision and actions at the lower level, all subjects and actions at the lower level are subject to the approval of top management. According to Allen, “Centralization” is the systematic and consistent reservation of authority at central points in the organization. The implication of centralization can be :- Reservation of decision making power at top level. Reservation of operating authority with the middle level managers. Reservation of operation at lower level at the directions of the top level . Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR What is Centralization ?

 What is Decentralization ? : 

Decentralization is a systematic delegation of authority at all levels of management and in all of the organization. In a decentralization concern, authority in retained by the top management for taking major decisions and framing policies concerning the whole concern. Rest of the authority may be delegated to the middle level and lower level of management . Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR What is Decentralization ?

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Centralization Decentralization Preferred if education and experience is concentrated at the top Suitable for simple and stable organization Suitable when lower level managers are not competent enough to take decisions Education and experience are spread over the hierarchy Suitable for complex organizations Suitable when lower level managers are enough competent to take certain deciosion Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR

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Centralization Decentralization It is worth to go for centralization if the decisions to be taken are significant and far reaching Useful if environment is threatening and distrustful It is better in vertical organization It is worth to go for decentralization if the decisions to be taken are insignificant and low profile. Useful if the environment is free and friendly. It is Better in horizontal structure Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR

Recent Trends in Management: 

Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR Recent Trends in Management

Management By Objectives[MBO]: 

Proposed by Peter Drucker in 1954 Mentioned that to achieve good results management must have clear cut objectives Objectives are the targets or end results of the organization Performance is measured interms of end results against employees MBO identify the common goals Defines each individuals responsibility and the expected results Assess the results with respect to contributions of the employees Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR Management By Objectives[MBO]

Types basis and Hierarchy of objectives: 

Short-term objectives: Long term objectives Tangible objectives Intangible objectives Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR Types basis and Hierarchy of objectives

Basis of Objectives: 

Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR Basis of Objectives

The Process of MBO: 

Objectives of the whole organization are established Organization structure is selected Goals are set for each department In each department superiors and subordinates discuss and set goals to each subordinate and his juniors The points at which every performance is checked and compared are established The performance of each individual is appraised by his immediate boss Corrective measures are taken in case of any deviations at any level The Process of MBO

Advantages of MBO: 

End Results Better Relationships Coordination Direction Weak Links[ Able to Identify weak links] Short term and long term goals Reduces wastage Advantages of MBO

Disadvantages of MBO: 

No flexibility Difficulty in setting objectives Lack of skills MBO Philosophy Insecurity Evaluation about their work] Disadvantages of MBO

Management By Exception: 

Proposed by F W Taylor in 1919 “ According to this principle ,only unusual and exceptional deviation in the daily routines of the factory should be brought to the management notice” Management By Exception

Advantages of MBE: 

Easier identification of problem areas in the organization It increases span of control Critical and complex problems or issues are seperated from non-critical problems Helps their subordinate to use their talents to solve less critical problems It prevents managements from over managing their workers Advantages of MBE

Disadvantages: 

Misuse of authority Lack of proper supervision from superior may lead to poor productivity There is chance of ignorance about small issues, which will lead to create big issues at the later stage Disadvantages

Management of Change: 

“Change is permanent thing in this world” Change is common feature in any organization which haa to keep in tune with technological changes, advancement in the technology Management of Change

Field Force Theory: 

“ Organization may be considered to be in a state of equilibrium with forces pushing for change on one hand and the forces ressisting the change on other hand An Equilibrium in the organization is therefore maintained by driving forces and restricting forces Field Force Theory

Resistance to Change; Reasons: 

“ Known Devil is better than unknown angel” Effect of on job Not Knowing the changes it also causes resistance Change may lead to loss in terms of power and money Because of religious and superstitious or psychological or emotional reasons Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR Resistance to Change; Reasons

Change Process: 

Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR Change Process Motivation Bringing Change itself Stabilizing The change

Techniques of Dealing with Resistance to change: 

Education and Communication Participation and involvement Training and Support Negotiation and Agreement Manipulation Coercion Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR Techniques of Dealing with Resistance to change

Types of Change: 

External - Economic - Social -Governmental -Location -Technological -Environmental or Ecological Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR Types of Change

Internal Change: 

Managerial Operational Design and development Methods and process Work area Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR Internal Change

Management By Conflict: 

Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR Management By Conflict Conflict may be defined as a struggle or contest between people with opposing needs, ideas, beliefs, values, or goals. Conflict is part of life

Types of Conflicts: 

Functional Conflict: It occurs when there is a healthy competition between individuals groups. Dysfunctional Conflicts: These are Destructive forms of conflicts which have to be resolved or vented for the smooth functioning of the organization. Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR Types of Conflicts

Span of Control: 

The number of employees who directly report to an executive is called span of control Normally it will be 2 to 20 persons Deciding fact on Span of Control - Time - Place -Knowledge -Personality Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR Span of Control

Staffing: 

Staffing is the process of attracting and developing human resources to work for an organization and also to evaluate them in their work Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR Staffing

Staffing involves the following activities: 

Human Resource Planning Recruitment of employees Selection and placement Training and development Decision on remuneration packages Performance appraisal Promotion and transfer Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR Staffing involves the following activities

Nature of Staffing: 

It is continuous process Involves people Development oriented Involves multidisciplinary knowledge It is step by step process Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR Nature of Staffing

Importance of staffing: 

Biggest factor for success of an organization It helps in identifying and nurturing talent Staffing helps in building sound organization Helps in optimal utilization of resources Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR Importance of staffing

Recruitment: 

Recruitment is a process of searching for prospective employees and stimulating them to apply for jobs in the organization Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR Recruitment

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Recruitment enables management to select suitable employees for its different jobs Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR

Sources of Recruitment: 

Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR Sources of Recruitment External Sources Internal Sources

Internal Sources : 

People working in the organization are promoted for higher positions or transferred to different department. Which helps to existing employees to enjoy the benefits and responsibilities of higher posts. Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR Internal Sources

Advantages: 

Employ develops good will towards management. It provides them a chance to develop financially and socially They will adjust with the new positions immediately This method is less time consuming and less expensive It encourages employees to work harder in order to attract promotions and generates higher motivation levels Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR Advantages

Disadvantages: 

Some time it is difficult to get the required talent and skillful person for the post There may be limited choice for promotion No chance for new ideas and talents Discrimination and favoritism Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR Disadvantages

External Sources of Recruitment: 

Former employees Recommendations Employment exchange Campus interviews Advertisements Voluntary or walkin applications Employment agencies or HR Consultants Labor Unions Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR External Sources of Recruitment

Advantages: 

You Can attract talented people You can attract experienced people You can avoid prejudice and favoritism. Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR Advantages

Disadvantages: 

Corruption Difficult to judge the attitude Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR Disadvantages

Selection: 

After completion of the recruitment process It looks to be negative process Done through screening process Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR Selection

Story of HR Manager: 

Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR Story of HR Manager

Selection Process: 

Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR Selection Process 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Employment Tests: 

Proficiency test Aptitude tests - Intelligence test - Attitude test -Interest test - Movement Test Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR Employment Tests

Story of an Eagle Bird: 

Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR Story of an Eagle Bird

Mom and Dad: 

Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR Mom and Dad

Queries : 

jvgorabal@gmail.com Queries Mr. J V Gorabal Assoc Prof & HOD MCA SCEM,MLR