A study on the recruitment and selection process of EDISON Group
AuthorMumu, Farian Nusrat
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This research paper has been developed on the basis of my 3 months internship period at EDISON Group where I have been assigned as an intern of Strategic Human Resources (SHR) department. The main objective of the report is to identify general practices that EDISON Group uses to recruit and select its employees and identify new measures to make the process further advanced. Firstly, the report provides an overview of EDISON Group and its 12 concerns. In this section the reports also talks about the activities which I have been performing as an intern of the company. The ‘Literature Review’ section discusses general practices involved in the recruitment and selection process as per experts’ opinions. Later in the ‘Analysis and Interpretation of the Data’ section, the report provides an elaboration of the recruitment and selected process of EDISON Group based on the practical experience gathered throughout the internship period as well as information collected from employees and internal documents. After which the entire process involved in the company is measured against the practices mentioned in the literature review section. Here the company’s recruitment and selection practices are also compared with the recruitment and selection practice used in a similar business group, Walton Group. On the basis of the analysis provided in the former section, the report then discusses the findings regarding the recruitment and selection process practices used in EDISON Group,. Next, the report identifies possible ways in which the EDISON Group can further advance its entire recruitment and selection process. The ‘References’ section provides the traces of all information collected from secondary sources.