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EEO. 2020; 19(2): 1869-1881

A Study On Recruitment And Selection Process For Hiring The Potential Employees In Apollo Hospitals

Dr. S. Sankar, Kaushik Babu R M, Dinesh S.Patel, Dr. Maran Mari Muthu, Dr. L. Arunachalam.


This study identifies various sources of recruitment and selection processes in the Indian healthcare industry. The recruitment and selection process are the platforms for success in any organization. The reason is that Human Resource (HR) has a significant role in the overall performance of any organization. Job redesigning, integrating information on job design in training and management development programs, and executing them to ensure that sound human resource policies and practices are developed, are all done by the HR department. It is vital to have a well-organized employment policy and strategy. Therefore, recruitment process in an organization must be effective to attract the best talent. The responsibility of the HR manager in a healthcare industry is versatile and complicated too. Manpower planning and recruitment takes a lot of thought process. The primary data collection for the study was conducted by personal conversation with the employees of the selected hospitals. In this paper, the recruitment and selection (staffing) process in the healthcare industry is described in India.
Key Words: HR Practices, AHC, MPP, Job Design etc.,

Key words: Human Resource

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