Identifying Flaws HRM Recruitment

Recruitment is usually a HRM function and is centered on finding the best candidates for open positions and managing the hiring process. Moreover, successful recruitment processes attract multiple individuals and should include an effective job description, a productive interview process, and ultimately a fair job offer. Although most organizations develop a thoughtful recruitment process, some inherent weaknesses will exist.

Using the Hunt Library, (Links to an external site.) identify at least two scholarly sources (e.g. peer-reviewed journal, book published by a reputable source) that identify the weaknesses or shortcomings of HRM recruitment processes.

Using the sources you have identified in the Hunt Library for support and reference, please be sure to address the following questions in current APA format in a 250-500 word (in the body) paper:

What are some of the flaws in typical HR recruitment processes?
What are some actions that you would take as an HR Manager to mitigate the shortcomings of the recruitment process?

Scholary sources:

1. What are some of the flaws in typical HR recruitment processes?