HR Study Guide CH6.csv

  1. recruiting
    Process of generating a pool of qualified applicants for organizational jobs.
  2. labor markets
    External supply pool from which employers attract employees.
  3. labor force population
    All individuals who are available for selection if all possible recruitment strategies are used.
  4. applicant population
    A subset of the labor force population that is available for selection using a particular recruiting approach.
  5. applicant pool
    All persons who are actually evaluated for selection.
  6. job posting
    System in which the employer provides notices of job openings and employees respond by applying for specific openings.
  7. yield ratio
    Comparison of the number of applicants at one stage of the recruiting process with the number at the next stage.
  8. selection rate
    Percentage hired from a given group of candidates.
  9. acceptance rate
    Percent of applicants hired divided by total number of applicants offered jobs.
  10. resume mining
    A software approach to getting the best resumes for a fit from a big database.
  11. applicant tracking
    An approach that takes an applicant all the way from a job listing to performance appraisal results.
  12. employee career website
    A convenient recruiting place on an employer's website where applicants can see what jobs are available and apply.
  13. internal mobility
    A system that trackes prospects in the company and matches them with jobs as they come open.
  14. realistic job previews
    A process that persons can use to get details on the employer and the jobs.
  15. responsible recruitment
    Whereby applicants receive timely responses.
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HR Study Guide CH6.csv