Does Talent Management Strategies Matter for E-recruitment? Empirical Evidence from Higher Education Institutes of Karachi

Authors

  • Dodo Khan Alias Khalid Malokani Assistant Professor, Department of Business Administration Government College University, Hyderabad, Pakistan Author
  • Abdul Karim Lashari Lecturer, Department of Pakistan Studies, NUML Hyderabad Campus, Pakistan Author
  • Annam Inayat Lecturer, Department of Management Sciences, NUML Hyderabad Campus, Pakistan Author

Keywords:

Talent identification, Talent Development, Talent retention, E-recruitment

Abstract

The aim of this study to examined the impact of talent management strategies on e-recruitment in public and private higher education institutes of Karachi. Yet, in public and private colleges the traditional hiring process is carried out, that results of higher cost, more time and lack of competitive candidates for vacant position is observed. For testing the developed hypothesis, the primary data collected in printed form from potential candidates who wish to apply in future for job in both public and private higher education institutes of Karachi, Pakistan. Questionnaire adopted from past studies and three independent variables such as talent identification, talent development and talent retention and one dependent variable e-recruitment are measured. For analysis reliability analysis and multiple regression analysis were performed. Findings of this revealed all proposed hypothesis accepted and talent identification, talent development and talent retention have significant impact on dependent variable e-recruitment in public and private higher education institutes of Karachi. However, talent identification is higher impact with respect to other variables based on higher beta value. Best of knowledge of us This is first study which gives insights of public and private higher education institutes of Karachi. The policy makers of public and private higher education institutes of Karachi can take these strategies into their future hiring process in order to shift traditional process of hiring to modern one.

https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.10257246

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2022-06-30

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Does Talent Management Strategies Matter for E-recruitment? Empirical Evidence from Higher Education Institutes of Karachi. (2022). International Research Journal of Management and Social Sciences, 3(2), 82-87. http://irjmss.com/index.php/irjmss/article/view/72

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