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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Yana Sharifulina
Recruitment Agency as a Specific Tool of Personnel Selection
Management
(Bachelor’s programme)
2016
In modern conditions in the labor market, activity of recruitment agencies is necessary for the efficient functioning and quality relationships between those who need to work and those who provide it. Relevance of the research topic due to the need to analyze the specifics of staff selection in the personnel agency. The problem of the study is to inefficient use of resources to meet the needs of the company. The aim of final qualifying work is to develop recommendations for optimizing the entire selection process in a personnel agency. Achieving this goal has been accomplished through the analysis of the theoretical foundations of the study of the selection process, interviews, participant observation, as well as through the analysis of various agency documents. The work is to develop recommendations for optimizing the selection process and to further their implementation.

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