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Recruitment Selection Process in Tamilnadu State Transport Corporation Limited, Kumbakonam


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1 Department of Commerce, Annamali University, Annamali Nagar,tamil Nadu
2 Commerce Wing, Dde, Annamali University. Annamali Nagar, Tamil Nadu
     

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The article describes the relationship between human resource practices and employees recruitment selection process in Tamilnadu state transport corporation. The research reviews relevant literature to identify elements of HR practices that influence recruitment selection process. Over the past decade, the way in which people are managed and developed at work has come to be recognized as one of the primary factors in achieving improvement in TNSTC Corporation performance.

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Recruitment Selection Process, HR practices, TNSTC, Transport
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Authors

Paul Dhinakaran
Department of Commerce, Annamali University, Annamali Nagar,tamil Nadu
M. Rajarajan
Commerce Wing, Dde, Annamali University. Annamali Nagar, Tamil Nadu

Abstract


The article describes the relationship between human resource practices and employees recruitment selection process in Tamilnadu state transport corporation. The research reviews relevant literature to identify elements of HR practices that influence recruitment selection process. Over the past decade, the way in which people are managed and developed at work has come to be recognized as one of the primary factors in achieving improvement in TNSTC Corporation performance.

Keywords


Recruitment Selection Process, HR practices, TNSTC, Transport

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