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IOSR Journal of Dental and Medical Sciences (IOSR-JDMS)
Volume 19, Issue 2 Ser.1 (February. 2020), PP 38-44

Abstract

This research study approach explains of applicant reaction on recruitment & selection, and job choice. A Case study ASDA- Wal-Mart. In this aim, 35 questionnaires collected for data interpretation. The survey report assists the investigator for more understanding and perception regarding the applicant’s reaction to the recruitment & selection process and job choice. The goal and purpose of this research work to find out the focal factor behind applicant reaction on recruitment & selection process and job choice. Here the finding declared clearly that procedural justice, fair recruitment, and selection process, positive organizational view, interviewer friendliness has a significant co-relation on job choice. This report indicates a core list of procedures that affect the applicant in job choice through fair and procedural justice in the recruitment and selection process. The study carried out under the department of Cardiff School of Management, Cardiff Metropolitan University, United Kingdom. The period of this study was 1st July 2009 to 30th July 2010 (one year). Materials are collect from college and other libraries like, library of London school of economics, British Library, Electronic International Business Journal, Harvard University Business Journal(USA) Oxford University Journal(UK), Journal identified through electronics library searches provided from the academic program which is visited and interview through the different applicant. Before commencing the research, permission was taken from the participant those participated in this study. A total number of 33 applicants interviewing with ASDA Southgate had selected for this study. Table I shows among the 33 respondents had a Mean±SD gender 1.6±0.7, and 39.39% percentage were male, and 60.60% were female. Figure I shows among the 33 respondents to measure the applicant age, the researcher had categorized in 4 groups: where 69.69% percentage were from18-29 years old, 12.12% were from 30-39 years old, 9.09% were 40-49 years old and others 9.09% were above 50 years old. The result does indicate that among the 33 applicants, most are from the 18-29 years past had a mean age 1.5 (Mean±SD=1.5±0.9). Though there are some bias-ness, this result emphasized that according to a literature review by the authors, a young age has more possibility favorability than the older for a job offer in the retail supermarket on the shop floor that why they invited for an interview. The report has favored the researcher to identify the key factors that influence the applicant’s reaction to the recruitment and selection process for job choice and analyze the reason to explore the main issue, and significant points should direct to the decision-maker.

Key Words: Applicant, Recruitment, Organizational, Interview, Job, Reaction.

Result:

A total number of 33 applicants interviewing with ASDA Southgate had selected for this study. Table I shows among the 33 respondents had a Mean±SD gender 1.6±0.7, and 39.39% percentage were male, and 60.60% were female. Figure I shows among the 33 respondents to measure the applicant age, the researcher had categorized in 4 groups: where 69.69% percentage were from 18-29 years old, 12.12% were from 30-39 years old, 9.09% were 40-49 years old and others 9.09% were above 50 years old. The result does indicate that among
the 33 applicants, most are from the 18-29 years early had a mean age of 1.5 (Mean±SD=1.5±0.9). Though there are some bias-ness, this result emphasized that according to a literature review by the authors, a young age has more possibility favorability than the older for a job offer in the retail supermarket on the shop floor that why they invited for an interview. Table II shows the measurement of job employment according to age, which age group has more possibility categorized into four groups: 18-29 years, 30-39 years, 40-49 years, and 50 above. The Mean±SD of this variable is (1.2±0.4). Figure II shows, according to field survey, that out of 33 respondents, 19 respondents agree, 11 respondents strongly agree, only one respondent disagrees, and another one respondent strongly disagrees. It shows that almost all respondents agree and strongly agreeing about the more job possibility those who know the company. Table III shows applying for a different company increases the chances of a job offer, 48.48%are agree, and 39.39% are strongly agreed, 3.03 disagree, and 3.03% strongly disagree. The Mean±SD of this variable is…

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