HRM-550 Strategic Recruitment and Selection

Regardless of industry, business unit, or department, people are every organization's key source of competitive advantage. In the war for talent, organizations have two choices: develop strategic human resources (HR) systems that support the recruitment and selection of highly qualified employees, or hire employees with a poor fit, draining organizational resources and resulting in poor outcomes. Not only is recruiting the right people a difficult and daunting task, but selecting the best organizational fit is a significant challenge. Organizations must design a recruitment and selection process from a strategic perspective to successfully win the talent war. This course will focus on the best practices of strategic HR planning. Throughout the course students will be introduced to successful recruitment and selection programs and methods that can be adapted to any organization.

Credits: 3

Offered in Jul 2020, Sep 2020, Nov 2020, Jan 2021, Mar 2021, May 2021

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