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Analysis of Employee Recruitment System for Company C Based on the Competency Model from a Deep Perspective

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DOI: 10.23977/acccm.2023.051104 | Downloads: 355 | Views: 1360

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Ting Huang 1

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1 Graduate School of Education, University of Perpetual Help System-DALTA, Las Piñas City, Philippines

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Ting Huang

ABSTRACT

Talent is vital to the survival and development of any organization. Whether or not manufacturing enterprises have a high-quality talent team will determine the success of this transformation. The fastest and most efficient method to achieve this goal is through high-quality talent recruitment. Traditional recruitment and evaluation methods often lead to subpar results for the company. The reason for this is that traditional recruitment methods do not consider new and/or potential talent, but rather it prefers to pay attention to overall pre-existing experience, knowledge and skills already accumulated. The human resource recruitment and evaluation system based on a "competency model" is derived from both explicit and latent traits of talent, providing an effective method to realize adequate matching between talent and enterprise. This paper studies how to build a competency model for the Company "C" and apply it to new employee recruitment and employee evaluation systems from a deep perspective in an attempt to improve the effectiveness of employee recruitment and enable the company to introduce high-quality talent more quickly and accurately.

KEYWORDS

Competency, Competency Model, Recruitment, Deep Perspective

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Ting Huang, Analysis of Employee Recruitment System for Company C Based on the Competency Model from a Deep Perspective. Accounting and Corporate Management (2023) Vol. 5: 18-26. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.23977/acccm.2023.051104.

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