Hiring & Recruiting

Hiring and recruiting are core functions within HR, focusing on identifying, attracting, and selecting the right talent to fill job vacancies in the organization. Recruitment involves developing strategies to source candidates, creating job postings, and using various channels to generate interest. Hiring encompasses the entire process, from screening and interviewing candidates to making the final selection and extending offers of employment. Both hiring and recruiting aim to align an organization’s staffing needs with the skills and qualifications of potential candidates while ensuring a smooth onboarding process to integrate new hires effectively into the company’s culture and operations.

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