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Malika Alimova
Psychological Structure and Systemogenesis of the Professional Activity of a Recruiter
Psychology
(Bachelor’s programme)
2019
The present work attempts to empirically test the psychological structure of professional recruiters activity according to Shadrikov's activity theory. The general purpose of the paper is to reveal the characteristics of the recruiters development dynamics. 90 recruiters with less than five and more than five years of experience were involved in the pilot and the main study. Based on the results of pilot, the questionnaire for the main study was developed. The differences in the features in two groups of recruiters activity components were determined. In particular, the following features of recruiters activity were identified: recruiters with a high level of intrinsic motivation are more often involved in “the final stages of the selection of candidates and their integration into the company”; estimate their expressiveness of the group of skills "communication skills" higher; make decisions based on the principle of “forecasting success in a particular workplace".

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