External recruitment is when the organization seeks qualified applicants from outside the organization. Typically the agency would seek qualified applicants from the relevant labor market. A relevant labor market is defined by the skills required for the position and the location (geographical region) where those skills can be found. The nature of specific occupations or jobs often demarcates the labor market. Local labor markets for example, are small areas, cities, or metropolitan statistical areas. Laborer, office and clerical, technical, and direct service provide positions are often filled from the local labor market. It is common for federal, state, and local governments and nonprofits to recruit clerical and trade employees, such as maintenance or custodial personnel, from the local labor market. Applicants for these positions are typically abundant and the salaries that accompany the positions preclude relocating new employees.
Regional labor markets are larger. They usually comprise a particular county or state or even several areas of a state. Depending on the skill supply in the region, technical, managerial, and professional workers as well as scientists and engineers may be recruited from a regional labor market. Agencies in the new England areas, for example, can use the regional labor market to recruit applicants for all kinds of positions because of the number and variety of colleges, universities, and industries located there.
State, local, and nonprofit agencies use the national labor market when critical skills are in short supply locally. Scientists, engineers, managers, professionals, and executives are most likely to be sought at the national level. The federal government, for example, recruits nationally through regional offices for all of its professional positions.
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External recruitment is when the organization seeks qualified applicants from outside the organization.
譯: 外部Recruitmen tExternal徵人是組織尋找來自在組織外邊的合格的申請人的時間。
Typically the agency would seek qualified applicants from the relevant labor market.
2007-10-15 14:08:21 補充：
The nature of specific occupations or jobs often demarcates the labor market.
Local labor markets for example, are small areas, cities, or metropolitan statistical areas.
2007-10-15 14:10:17 補充：