Recruitment or decruitment, HR Management

Recruitment or Decruitment

Outline the role of HRM and these specific HRM functions in the context of their importance to an organisation.

Individual Components

1.  Discuss multi-variate analysis in the context of recruitment

2.  Discuss De-cruitment in the context of the Break-Even model

3.  Discuss Rebound Capability in the context of the Break-Even model

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