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We Provide:Sales/Marketing. Finance/Accounts.

Travel / Hospitality / Logistics.


Maintenance / Production. HR & Administrator. FMCG / Consumer Derables. IT & IT Enabled Services. Banking / Insurance. Engineering Industry.

EYE ON RIGHT TALENT"

Class3-4(Peon, clerk, bai etc.)

Our Services
Sales/Marketing. Finance/Accounts. Travel / Hospitality / Logistics. Maintenance / Production. HR & Administrator. FMCG / Consumer Derables. IT & IT Enabled Services. Banking / Insurance. Engineering Industry. Class3-4(Peon,clerk,bai etc)

Role of Recruitment Agency


To Provide quality employee. By taking personal interview 1. To check weather employee has a proper experience, qualification, good communication skill, etc. Before sending the employee to the company employee judge by the Recruitment agency in the favour of all!

Our competitors
Apurva Consultancy Job Mantra Pleasant INC Kaapro Management Solutions AAJ Career Consultancy and Management Prime Placement & Manpower Services Citi HR Solution Orbit Consultancy Services Dream Biz HRD Consultant

Fees of Placement
Agency has tie-ups of 1st salary of 3 months. Otherwise charges some percentages on salary.

Continue follow up with companies and employees. Taking care of employee. Every 1.5month: Taking suggestions from company and employees. Motivation call. Salary related or other internal conflict related query. Job timings and other problems.

How to Start a Placement Agency in India?

Easy Steps to start a placement agency in India


1. Decide a name for your company.

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Buy a domain name.


Get your website Designed and Hosted. Choose the type of company you want to open. Starting as a sole proprietorship firm. Open a current account in any Bank. Buy naukri or monster login. You are ready to do the business. Just go ahead and start searching for clients.

1. Decide a name for your company: Deciding name for the company is very important as this is the brand for which you will be working for the rest of your life. You should like the name and you should be able to relate yourself to the company. 2. Buy a domain name: You should buy a domain name for your company. Its compulsory because no body would trust a company who doesnt have a good website and domain name is very important for having a website. Domain names are cheap around Rs. 450 /year and you can register a domain easily from this link and you can even check whether you company name is available or not by clicking this link? 3. Get your website Designed and Hosted: Next step is to get yourself a professional website design for your company. Designing could start from Rs. 7000 but i would recommend you to invest a little in website designing and hire a professional website design company . Professional design could cost you starting from Rs. 15,000 and basic Hosting for your website could cost you around Rs. 1000 per year. 4. Choose the type of company you want to open: Deciding which type of company you want to open is something which you have to do. There are 4 types of company which you can form in India. Sole Proprietorship : A sole proprietorship also known as a sole trader, or simply proprietorship is a type of business entity which is owned and run by one individual and where there is no legal distinction between the owner and the business. All profits and all losses accrue to the owner . All assets of the business are owned by the proprietor and all debts of the business are his debts and he must pay them from his personal resources Partnership: A partnership is a type of business entity in which partners (owners) share with each other the profits or losses of the business. Partnerships are often favored over corporations for taxation purposes, as the partnership structure does not generally incur a tax on profits before it is distributed to the partners Private Limited: A private company is a type of company incorporated under the India. It has shareholders with limited liability and its shares may not be offered to the general public, unlike those of public limited companies Public Limited: A public limited company is a type of limited company in the India which is permitted to offer its shares to the public. 5. Starting as a sole proprietorship firm: If you are starting alone i recommend you to start as a sole proprietor, because its easy to start and total control is in your hands. There are not much formalities for this kind of firm, you just have to get a current account ready in your name and you are ready to do business. However, if you company turnover reaches 10 lakhs per year, you will have to register for service tax. 6. Open a current account in any Bank: Opening a current account is the most important part of business. If you are opening a sole proprietership firm and have your service tax registration done, you can open account in any bank you want. But if you have not applied for service tax registration, you can opt for government banks to open the account. You can look for IDBI bank as opening current account is quite easy in that bank. For opening a current account you will need a company letterhead, Visiting card, and company stamp. 7. Buy naukri or monster login: You have to buy naukri or monster login to supply candidates to your clients. This is the costly part of consultancy business but you have to buy this to get started. Naukri login costs around Rs. 60,000 for 3 months and monster is almost around Rs. 35,000 for 3 months. You can buy it anytime but i recommend you to buy it once you get your first client. Dont forget to negotiate as who knows you can get a better deal. 8. You are ready to do the business. Just go ahead and start searching for clients.

Concept of Recruitment
Recruitment is the process of searching for prospective employees and stimulating them to apply for the jobs in the organisations. Recruitment is the process of seeking and attracting a pool of people from which qualified candidates can be chosen for job vacancies. The aim of Recruitment is to attract the best people for the job and aid the recruiter by making a wide choice available. The ability to identify the right talent for just the role/job but also from the Organizational values perspective can be summarised as the key recruiting challenge.

Importance of Recruitment

Step of Recruitment Process

Factors Affecting Recruitment


Organisational Factors: 1. An organisational reputation depends on its size, area of business, profitability, management, etc. 2. Geographical location of the vacant position. 3. The amount of resources allocated. 4. The salary that the company offers also influence the decision of a candidate. 1. Environmental Factors: The situation in the labour market, the demand for manpower, the demographics, the knowledge and skill sets available. Stage of the development of the industry to which the organisation belongs. Culture, social attitudes and beliefs. Law of the land and the legal implication.

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Source of Recruitment
1. INTERNAL SOURCES.
Promotions Transfers Internal Advertisements Retired Managers Recall from Long Leave Advertisement Employee referrals Employment agencies Educational Institutes Interested applicants

2. EXTERNAL SOURCES

Information technology and HR recruiting on the internet.


Computer applications range from recruiting on the internet to automatically scanning and storing applicants resume. Recruiting firm post job descriptions on its web page. Company advertising in their web page. Using job portals such as Naukri.com, Monster.com, timesjobs.com etc.

Using social networking sites such Facebook, Linkedin, Twitter etc.

Using email campaigns.

Recruitment Policy
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Complies with government policies on hiring. Provides employment security. Assures candidates of the managements interest in their development. Prevents the formation of small exclusive groups. Reflects the social commitment of the organisation by employing handicapped people.

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Flexible enough to accommodate changes in the organisation.


Ensure long-term employment opportunities for employees. Cost effective.

Selection
The process of choosing the most suitable candidate for a job from among the available applicants is called selection.

This is the most important stage of employment as the concept of the right candidate for right position, takes its final shape here.

Selecting wrong candidates and rejecting the right candidates could prove to be a costly mistake.

The selection process involves a series of steps which help in evaluating the candidates.

The selection process can have four possible outcomes. Two of the possible outcomes have a positive effect on the organisation, whereas two have a negative impact.

Importance of Selection

Resumes/CVs Review Initial Screening Interview Analyze the Application Blanks Conducting Test and Evaluating Performance Preliminary Interview Core and Departmental Interview Reference Check Rejection

Job offers to candidate


Medical Exam

Placement

Application Forms
Personal Information. Educational Information. Work experience. Salary.

Personality items.
Reference Checks.

Selection Test
Intelligence test. Aptitude test. Achievement test. Situational test. Interest test. Personality test. Polygraph test. Graphology.

Interview Process
Conduct Interview. Closing an interview. Preliminary interview. Selection interview. Formal and structured interview. Unstructured interview. Stress interview. Group interview. Panel interview. In-depth interview. Decision-making interview.

Evaluation.

Reference Check.
Medical examination. Placement.

Induction

Conclusion

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