Difference between Recruitment and Selection Process




Distinguish, differentiate, compare and explain what is the Difference between Recruitment and Selection Process. Comparison and Differences.

Differences between Recruitment and Selection Process

S.No. Recruitment Selection
1 It is the process of finding and attracting qualified applicants for the job. It is the process of short-listing candidates, assembling and their final hiring decisions.
2 The objective of recruitment is to create a pool of eligible candidates for the purpose of selection. The objective of selection is to get the best candidate selected for the job.
3 Recruitment is the initial process. Selection is the final process.
4 Generally lower level managers deal with recruitment process. Mid and top level managers deals with selection process.
5 This process invites the applicants by saying “come”. This process tells ”Bye”’ to most of the applicants.
6 Recruitment involves searching. Selection involves comparing those already searched.
7 It is a positive process as it attracts people towards the organization. It is a negative process as it involves rejection of candidates at every stage of it.
8 It takes place before selection. It takes place after recruitment.

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