Recruitment and Selection of Human Resources in the Romanian Organizations

  • Alexandra Florina Beiu


Man sits in the center of all business. All other resources, land, buildings, mechanisms, equipment, vehicles, or money, are only of secondary importance. Without people, there cannot be business. Businesses have no other purpose than to serve the people’s needs. Of course, people have different roles within a business and have many links with other businesses. People are employees of a business. Sometimes they are its managers; other times they are suppliers, customers, creditors, debtors, and shareholders. Frequently, however, they may have all these attributes together. For markets require effective management practice and performance at all levels, and this cannot be achieved without competent human resources and highly motivated performance. For any successful organization, human resources is the core around which all other resources revolve (material, financial, informational), and issues concerning recruitment, selection, training, development, evaluation, reward, and motivation are the main research directions of human resource management of any organization. In these conditions, a survey was conducted on the recruitment and selection of human resources in Romanian organizations.


Recruitment Selection Human resources Recruitment sources Methods of recruitment 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Bucharest Academy of Economic StudiesBucharestRomania

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