Behavioral Changes in Recruitment and Its Social Effects

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Varun Shenoy

SRINIVAS UNIVERSITY MANGALORE INDIA

Date Written: September 27, 2014

Abstract

Personnel recruitment for industries at modern days have witnessed tremendous wave of a change. A change that has completely swept away paper centric recruitment and selection methods that persisted early days of industrial growth period. With rapid paced developments in the field of Information Technology and computer sciences, various E-tools are being incorporated in the entire recruitment and selection process online. This sort of a development and change in recruitment process today appears to be causing direct effects on human society which is a major market for sourcing manpower. Aspiring Minds, India's leading employability Solutions Company highlights that 47% of graduates in India are unemployable for any job which is shocking and alarming. Therefore, this paper clearly attempts to point out those vital key areas where our graduates are still lacking to secure job causing unemployment in the society. Finally, an understanding is obtained post analysis of National Employability Report 2013 for completing the study.

Keywords: Recruitment, Employability, Unemployment, Skills, Graduates

JEL Classification: J11, J24

Suggested Citation

Shenoy, Varun, Behavioral Changes in Recruitment and Its Social Effects (September 27, 2014). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2860651 or http://dx.doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.2860651

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