The Importance Of Recruitment In The Hospitality Industry

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According to Flippo, (1984) Hospitality industry is mainly a service based industry which requires an efficient workforce to deliver a good and satisfying service to their guests. So for fulfilling the talent in the organisation they need to follow a process and recruitment is the first and the very essential step to follow. It is a process to search for pr0spective employees and provoking them to apply for the job openings. Recruitment is a course of action to bring light to the sources of personnel to meet the needs of staffing and to attract requisite or fair number of efficient employees which further ease an effective selecti0n of an efficient team of executives. Recruitments is an operation which act as a necessity for selection. A well…show more content…
The organisation can attract pool of potential and right candidate for the vacancies by posting the job vacancies in the internet but there might be a possibility of wrong interpretation of an employee data. With the help of internet recruitment there are possibilities of acquiring wrong information or less realistic information about the applicant. still many organisation uses internet recruitment in order to attract talented candidate from this challenging world and to advertise their career…show more content…
They seek for fresh talent rather than lateral hires. The reason behind their seeking for fresh talent lies with the fact that though experienced person can tackle the problems more efficiently but it is the young blood who can treat it innovatively, also its easy to shape a raw diamond rather than shaping a polished one. Also they hire give opportunity to the ones from small towns and sub-urbs. As the staffs are considered to be the backbone of hotel industry, A sound recruitment process ensures that right skilled and able people are employed. Recruitment followed by a good induction and training is like polishing the raw diamond which makes an employee more efficient with a high potential. Many a times Taj provides its employees with an 18 months training programme as compare to a standard of 12 months training programme. It is through recruitment and selection that the management to determine the behavioural characteristics and competence of the employees and gradually modifying them if needed. At Taj the employees are treated as a family member and the differences occurring if any are resolved in the most peaceful way where no employee feels biased and being ruled over by the powerful one. Also they arrange for the recreational activities of the employees during off season to rejuvenate them and motivating them to work with new zeal and enthusiasm. One of the best thing about Taj is the persons are treated equally
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