Human Resource Policies and Practices: Evaluating and Reviewing the Contemporary Recruiting Process

Eluojor A. Onnekikami, Paul C. Okpala

Abstract


The main purpose of this article is to have an overview of Human Resource (HR) policies and practices, especially as it relates to the contemporary and evolutional process of talent recruitment. The article encompasses an overview of HR general policies and practices including the selection process, applications, background checks, substantive selection, interviews; the contingent selection process and what to do after the job offer. In short, organizations are decreasing the use of external recruiting companies or agencies and are now often counting on their own HR professionals for talent search. For instance, internal HR professionals are now utilizing different online tools such as job boards, LinkedIn and social media to discover ideal job candidates and these popular platforms have proven invaluable in the modern recruiting process.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/ijhrs.v6i1.9237

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