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Recruitment and Selection Techniques used in Corporate Sector: A Comparative Study of Indian and Multinational Companies

Journal of Organization and Human Behaviour

Volume 4 Issue 4

Published: 2015
Author(s) Name: Subhash C. Kundu, Desh Rattan, Ved Pal Sheera, Neha Gahlawat | Author(s) Affiliation: Haryana School of Business,Guru Jambheshwar University of Science and Technology,Hisar,Haryana,India
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Primary data based on 426 respondents were analyzed to compare the recruitment and selection methods being practiced by Indian and multinational organizations operating in India. Through application of latent trait model, this study found that in addition to the increasing recognition of internet based recruitment methods, most accepted methods in MNCs and Indian companies were direct applicants, placement consultants, and employee referrals. The recruitment methods like temporary staffing and advertisement in newspapers were relatively less practiced in all the organizations, whether MNCs or Indian organizations. In case of selection methods, both MNCs and Indian organizations put emphasis on written tests, general interview and test on specific skills. However, psychological tests and technical interviews were relatively more practiced by MNCs than Indian organizations. Implications and limitations of the study were also discussed.

Keywords: Recruitment Practices, Selection Practices, HRM, India, MNCs, Latent Trait Model

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