DEVELOPING E-RECRUITMENT FRAMEWORK FOR ENHANCED RECRUITMENT PRACTICES IN TELECOMMUNICATION SECTOR OF PAKISTAN

Nosheen Maqbool, Hussain Mudassar, Junaid Khan, Umair Zahid, Rizwan Tariq

Abstract


E-recruitment process has revolutionised the hiring process of candidates after the introduction of the internet. Many organisations are now employing the use of an e-recruitment system and have been able to capitalise on the benefits received by hiring talented employees. In Pakistan, the potential for evolving as a developed state and the implementation of e-recruitment can provide an opportunity to the youth who are unemployed and are having difficulties in finding suitable employment. The rapid change in the structure of the business world in Pakistan has raised concern amongst the HR managers regarding the efficiency of the recruitment process and the lack of awareness towards the process of e-recruitment creates an obstruction in the implementation of this framework in the organisation. The research aims to provide knowledge about these problems and to make the companies capable of implementing the framework. The research employed the use of quantitative analysis to depict a relationship between the variables of the study. This research distributed survey questionnaires to 250 participants of the study and after receiving the responses, regression and correlation analysis were applied. The results depict that there is a significant relationship in enhancing the recruitment practises in Pakistan with the adoption of an e-recruitment practice under the effects of its internal and external factors.


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e-recruitment, recruitment practises, telecommunication sector, Pakistan, e-recruitment framework, enhanced recruitment practices, internal and external factors

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