Explain briefly Casual Callers and Labour Contractors as external sources of recruitment Business studies cbse 2017 class 12

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Explain briefly `Casual Callers and Labour Contractors as external sources of recruitment -Business studies cbse 2017 class 12

Explain briefly `Casual Callers and Labour Contractors as external sources of recruitment


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An organisation has to switch to external sources of recruitment as all the positions cannot be filled in through internal sources only. Casual Callers and Labour Contractors are regarded as two external sources of recruitment.
Casual Callers: This is database of unsolicited applicants kept by business organisations which is referred to fill in vacancies when they arise. A list of job-seekers is prepared using the database with the firm which is later screened to fill in the suitable position with the business organisation. This method is less expensive and is regarded as a major source of recruitment.
Labour Contractors: Recruitment through labour contractors is quite a good source of recruitment. This is because labour contractors maintain close contacts with labourers and they can provide the required number of unskilled workers at a short notice. Labour contractors are themselves employees of the organisation who further employ workers under them. However, this system has an inherent limitation which is witnessed when the contractor who recruits these workers decides to leave and takes all his/her contractual workers with him.

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