Recruitment and Selection

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While clients may perceive the recruitment business as very easy, nothing could be further from the truth. It takes a special person, and special skills and competencies to make the correct hiring decisions, which will save the client time and money says Vicki Marais-Swanepoel.


Recruiting the 'right person' for the job has moved up on the list of management priorities as organisations begin to acknowledge the direct and indirect costs associated with hiring the wrong employee, an expense that companies can no longer afford as pressures caused by the economic downturn continue to intensify.


Thousands of matriculants will by now have received their results. For those who have not received a university exemption, or do not plan to study at a university or a technikon, the process of deciding where to look for a job will begin.

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