Selection Process in the Organization- Pre and Post Covid-19

  • Charchit Talwar
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  • Charchit Talwar

    Student at Amity University, Noida, India

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A good selection process should be conducted that would help to find a candidate who has potential, skills and knowledge. With this thinking, this research paper throws light on the topic “Selection and its process in the organisation- pre and post COVID-19.” The main aim of this selection process is to carefully screen out the candidates who are fit for a particular job and to eliminate the unfit candidates. The study tells us about the steps being used in the organisations to select a candidate. The steps will inform about the various tests and interviews that come across a candidate in this process. This paper also focuses on training, development and education that is provided by the organisation to its newly selected employees. It also includes the types of training and development that is being given to the employees so that the organisation has a force of skilled workers and also have a lesser chance of accidents in future. Further, education is also provided to them so that they may interact with their surroundings and work environment. Further, this research paper includes the importance of selection process. It is important to select a candidate and proper placement should be done so that he can put his efforts in maximising the profits of the organisation. The importance is then followed by the changes in the selection process post COVID-19 pandemic that would conclude this research paper.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 4, Issue 3, Page 1603 - 1614


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