Pick Me! Perceptual Differences of Graduate Recruitment and Selection Methods

International Employment Relations Association
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Employment Relations Record, 2007, 7 (1), pp. 1 - 10
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This paper reports the findings from a study which examines the adoption of recruitment and selection methods for graduates in Australia by examining the differences and similarities in the perceptions between graduate recruiters and recent graduates. The study reveals that a wide range of selection methods are used to recruit graduates into Australian firms and that if recruiters wish to attract the best graduates, they should be well-versed in the way these potential recruits perceive the usefulness and importance of recruitment and selection methods.
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