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  1. Introduction
  2. Problem statements
  3. Challenges and statements
  4. Selection practices
  5. Conclusion

Google is a rapidly growing organization. The speed at which it is growing is difficult for the HR department for the company keep pace with filling the new vacancies. The company has to fill around two hundred positions every week. It is a tough task alone, but given the company's HR department has to screen more than 100,000 jobs applications, the task becomes more complex. As a result, Google has to adopt several new and innovative ways to screen the human resource in the shortest possible time in order to start filling the jobs as quickly as possible.

The best option for Google to ensure that its recruitment policies are in line with its growth target is to use human resource forecasting method. It should plan that how many people would be needed in the company at the end of a particular time interval, say at the end of every quarter. It should then calculate how many people will be leaving the organization in that period.

[...] Conclusion: Google is a gigantic organization. It aspires to become the biggest organization in the world and that is not easy. It is particularly difficult for the HR department to keep pace with the company's growth aspiration. Hence, the company should modernize its HR department in order to adopt the latest and best possible screening methods. It should also maintain validity and reliability in the process and at the same time should train the human resource to achieve its growth targets. [...]


[...] Google's recruitment and selection practices Introduction: Google is a rapidly growing organization. The speed at which it is growing is difficult for the HR department for the company keep pace with filling the new vacancies. The company has to fill around two hundred positions every week. It is a tough task alone, but given the company's HR department has to screen more than 100,000 jobs applications, the task becomes more complex. As a result, Google has to adopt several new and innovative ways to screen the human resource in the shortest possible time in order to start filling the jobs as quickly as possible. [...]

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