So far where we Stand in the Recruitment and Selection Studies? A Review Study based on earlier Studies

Ghulam Nabi, Song Wei, Mohammad Waqas Raja, Shuliang Zhao, Bilal Ahmed

Abstract


Since the modern human civilization has become known, the struggle for growth and survival has remained a central focus of all times and it is inevitable to gain this without competitive and well balanced workforce. This lead the studies focus on human resource which has been identified as key resource for organizations, due to which the recruitment and selection become the basic activity for effective selection apart from any ethical, social and legal issues influence. A vast amount of research studies have been conducted in the field of recruitment and selection from various perspectives, due to which it has become difficult to contemplate and comment on its reasonability. This review study has analyzed the different perspectives of the recruitment and selection that has been much focused in earlier studies with a focus on a sole objective of this study, to understand how future studies may be focused to address the issue of generalization and conduct future studies in the field of recruitment and selection.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/ijhrs.v5i2.7606

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