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Recruitment- Job Analysis: The definition of a sales position in terms of specific roles or activities to be performed along with the determination of personal qualifications suitable for the job. Choosing the best person for a job from a field of applicants.- Job Description: A written statement listing the elements of a particular job or occupation, e.g., purpose, duties, equipment used, qualifications, training, physical and mental demands, working conditions, etc. Word picture of the job.- Person Specificati ...view middle of the document...

l skills· Characteristics· Job skills· Work Experience· Internal Recruitment: Recruiting a new employee· External Recruitment: Appointing an employee from within an organization§ Internal Advantages +· Less expensive· Worker is a 'known quantity', ability and character is known· Shorter induction period· Motivate employees if they see promotion opportunities· Quicker process§ Internal Disadvantages -· Still leaves a vacancy in the organization§ External recruitment· Headhunters: Private organizations who are paid to approach a worker in another business· Private Employment Agency: Workers register with this agency when they are looking for a job· Government Job Centers: State funded employment organizations· Universities/Colleges: The 'milk round' in the UK involves employers interviewing students at college· Careers Service: government funded careers advice agencies· Government Funded Training Schemes: Training is provided for long term unemployment with the option for the employer of recruiting permanently· Advertising: National press, local press, international or industry magazines/journals


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