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The Effect of Recruitment, Selection and Development on Talent Management in IKCO Company in Iran

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Bentolhoda Abdollahbeigi

Multimedia University Jalan Multimedia, 63000 Cyberjaya, Selangor, Malaysia
email: hoda_beigi@yahoo.com

Farhang Salehi

Multimedia University Jalan Multimedia, 63000 Cyberjaya, Selangor, Malaysia
email: salehi_farhang@yahoo.com

Sreenivasan Jayashree

Multimedia University Jalan Multimedia, 63000 Cyberjaya, Selangor, Malaysia
email: jshree@mmu.edu.my

Abstract

Background/Objectives: the talented people are important role of success in organizations, the goals of this study is to determine the used organization techniques to recruit and select, develop and maintain talent. Also examine the relationship between recruitment and selection, development used by organizations and their talent management. The survey method was selected for this research. Methods/ Statistical analysis: The Research tool is a structured questionnaire. This study is Settings of international companies in Iran. The Questionnaire was conducted by human resource managers in the organization. The result indicate that HR planning and selection are the most common techniques used by the organization to recruit and techniques. Also, training programs continuously developing talent is the method used by the organization to develop their talents. Findings: The findings showed that the most important strategy to preservation talent is clarifying job responsibilities and career paths. In this study is that what techniques are used for the recruitment and choosing in this organization to predict the talent management.

Keywords

Talent management, Appearance of talent management, Marketplaces for talent workforce, Challenge for talent management

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Bentolhoda Abdollahbeigi, Farhang Salehi and Sreenivasan Jayashree,“ The Effect of Recruitment, Selection and Development on Talent Management in IKCO Company in Iran,” International Journal of Advanced Engineering and Management, vol. 2, no. 3, pp. 69-77,  2017. https://ijoaem.org/00203-18

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