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  1. 8 Strategic recruitment and selection: Much ado about nothing? Learning Outcomes By the end of this chapter you should be able to: provide an underpinning rationale in support of the development and practice of strategically integrated recruitment and selection; identify and explain the major features of strategic recruitment and selection, and summarise these through an explanatory model; analyse how recruitment and selection can be developed to fit a variety of strategic scenarios using illustrative examples to support your analysis; explain how recruitment and selection practice can be shaped to accommodate the demands of strategic change and unplanned change arising from an uncertain future; evaluate evidence to determine the extent of strategic recruitment and selection practice; account for the apparent mismatch between the rationale for strategic recruitment and selection and the paucity of evidence of its practice.

  2. Figure 8.1Mapping the strategic recruitment and selection (SR&S) territory: a summary diagram of the chapter content

  3. Figure 8.2Why bother with strategic recruitment and selection? An interrelated rationale

  4. Figure 8.3Strategic recruitment and selection: an explanatory model Source: Millmore (2003: 92)

  5. Figure 8.4Core dimensions of strategic recruitment and selection