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Crowd-Technology in the Selection of Personnel

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  • Oxana Leonidovna Chulanova
  • Gulnara Hamitovna Kucherenko
  • Dmitry Viktorovich Chulanov
  • Andrey Vladimirovich Kirillov
  • Aleksandr V. Melnichuk

Abstract

In article is examined the crowdsourcing technology and the technology based on its principles a crowd-recruiting as instruments of staff recruitment in the organization. The presented technologies are new effective tools large-scale by geographical coverage and number of participants of selection of the employees who are really interested in work with this organization. Crowd-technologies, which are based on "the phenomenon of the crowd" can not only greatly speed up the solution of important problems for the company, but also significantly reduce costs. Was designed the methodology of introduction of crowdsourcing technology at staff recruitment in the organization Because of introduction of this methodology is assumed optimization of costs of the personnel, thanks to improvement of staff recruitment by means of crowd-technologies (crowdsourcing, crowd-recruiting, crowd-staffing), namely: increase of qualitative structure of the personnel and reduction of staff turnover thanks to what will be seen labor productivity growth.

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  • Oxana Leonidovna Chulanova & Gulnara Hamitovna Kucherenko & Dmitry Viktorovich Chulanov & Andrey Vladimirovich Kirillov & Aleksandr V. Melnichuk, 2017. "Crowd-Technology in the Selection of Personnel," European Research Studies Journal, European Research Studies Journal, vol. 0(4B), pages 380-397.
  • Handle: RePEc:ers:journl:v:xx:y:2017:i:3b:p:380-397
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    Keywords

    staff recruitment; crowdsourcing; crowd-recruiting; crowdfunding; crowd-staffing; introduction technique. JEL Classification: О14; O15;

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    • O15 - Economic Development, Innovation, Technological Change, and Growth - - Economic Development - - - Economic Development: Human Resources; Human Development; Income Distribution; Migration

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