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PROBLEM OF INBREEDING. WHAT IS INBREEEDING?. Faculty inbreeding, that is, the practice of selecting former students of an institution as members of its faculty, has long been considered one of the fundamental problems of college and university .

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what is inbreeeding
WHAT IS INBREEEDING?
  • Faculty inbreeding, that is, the practice of selecting former students of an institution as members of its faculty, has long been considered one of the fundamental problems of college and university
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There is need, therefore, for an intensive study of academic inbreeding as found today

  • An individual is considered inbred who is a teaching member of the faculty and who has received one or more of his earned degrees from the institution in which he is giving instruction.
recruiting a global perspective
Recruiting: A Global Perspective
  • For some positions, the whole world is a relevant labor market.
  • Home-country nationals are recruited when an organization is searching for someone with extensive company experience to launch a very technical product in a country where it has never sold before.
  • Host-country nationalsare targeted as recruits when companies want each foreign subsidiary to have its own distinct national identity.
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Recruiting: A Global Perspective
  • HOST COUNTRY NATIONAL OR EXPATRIATE?
  • DEPENDS ON…
    • Culture
    • Technology, skill
    • Legal restrictions
    • Terrorism
    • International executive
recruiting sources
Recruiting Sources

External searches

  • Unsolicited applicants (Walk-ins):May provide a stockpile of prospective applicants if there are no current openings.
  • Cyberspace Recruiting: Nearly four out of five companies use the Internet to recruit employees. Commercial job-posting services continue to grow.
    • Websumes: sites to self-promote

skills

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Recruiting Sources

The internal search

  • Disadvantages include:
    • possible inferiority of internal candidates
    • miss good outside talent
    • have to train for technology, skill upgrades
    • infighting and morale problems
    • potential inbreeding
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Recruiting Sources

Employee referrals/recommendations

  • Current employees can be asked to recommend recruits.
  • Advantagesinclude:
    • the employee’s motivation to make a good recommendation (reputation)
    • the availability of accurate job information for the recruit (realistic job preview!)
    • Employee referrals tend to
      • be more acceptable applicants
      • be more likely to accept an offer
      • have a higher survival rate (i.e., stay longer)
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Recruiting Sources

Employee referrals/recommendations

  • Disadvantagesinclude:
    • the possibility of friendship being confused with job performance
    • the potential for nepotism
    • the potential for adverse impact
    • overall, social, economic & friendship needs