Human Resource Recruiting Techniques In Rural Tourism - Cluj County, Romania
The aim of the paper is to explore the specific techniques used to recruit human resource in the rural tourism industry. The main objectives are: to map the current labor market in the rural tourism - Cluj County; to look for innovative practices in HR recruiting and finally to propose new directions capable to overcome the problems associated with labor market shortage in this industry. The research uses a mixed methods approach (quantitative and qualitative), confirms some of the findings of previous articles and proposes new and unique ones.
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