Strategic Choices

Managers have a number of choices to make regarding their selection strategies. These strategies are outlined below:

1. Recruiting efforts: An organization can make a strategic choice to focus recruiting efforts on minorities and women.

2. “Make’ or “Buy’: Organizations can choose to make or buy their employees (that is, hire less skilled workers or hire skilled workers and professional.

3. Budget: Organizations make strategic decisions regarding the budget for recruiting and selecting employees.

4. Untapped labor: An organization can make a strategic choice to explore untapped labor sources.

5. Technological sophistication: Organizations make strategic decisions regarding the technological sophistication of their recruiting and selection devices.

6. Recruiting methods: An organization can choose the extent to which internal versus external recruiting methods are used (that is recruiting within the organization or outside the organization.)

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