Factor Affecting E-Recruitment in Hotel Industry Case Study: X Hotel in Bali
The process of attracting capable applicants for employment defines recruitment (Harshalsk, 2010). Over time, the development of technology has changed the way organizations recruit potential candidates to fill a particular position. the influence of the Internet revolutionized the recruitment process, reforming conventional recruitment into e-recruitment (McMunn, 2013). E-recruitment is now the most popular way to hire personnel in companies large and small. This study focuses on the internal and external factors affecting e-recruitment in the hotel industry. Data was gathered by survey, distributing questionnaires to 125 employees in X Hotel, Bali. Thus, the methodology used a quantitative approach with descriptive analysis. the results show that of the internal factors, recruitment policy is the strongest factors affecting e-recruitment, whereas regarding the external factors; the labour market is the strongest factor. X hotel focuses on the objective of recruitment process and the strategy in filling up the vacancies with the best-qualified people and they are concern in labour market which is show the employment condition in the market.
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