( Thirupathi Chellapalli & D.V. Srinivas Kumar )
Keywords : electronic recruitment, online recruitment awareness, e-recruitment adoption, e-recruitment portals, demographics.
The IUJ Journal of Management (IUJ-JOM) is the flagship journal of ICFAI University Jharkhand, Ranchi. The aim of the journal is to provide insight into the business and management research. It also creates a platform for the researchers, academicians, professors , practicing management professionals and proponents in disseminating original, theoretical and applied research in the field of management and allied disciplines.
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As global competition persists and industries becoming
more skill intensive, the recruitment of talent workers
becomes essential, and attracting the right applicants at
the right time is getting tougher than ever. The use of
conventional recruitment methods no longer suffices and
timely to attract a sufficient pool of qualified applicants.
Many organizations have turned to adopting sophisticated recruitment strategies or combining various recruitment methods to attract them. . . . . . .Read more.
According to Confederation of Indian Industries (CII),'Corporate Governance occupies mind space of the government,
regulators, corporate, boards, markets, employees and investors
- almost the entire society - as one of the most important business
constituents given its all-pervasive characteristic'. The
corporate governance mechanism is much more crucial in
the banking sector due to multifold reasons.
Banks serve a crucial link in the nation's financial system, banks are highly leveraged as they accept large amount of uncollateralized . . . . .Read more.
The payment industry has undergone a drastic shift from
barter system to E- wallets. Customers globally are not
very comfortable with transferring money through the
internet, especially the older generations. Digital wallets
give them the sense of security by acting as a wall between
the bank and the vendor. Since digital wallets have a limit
to the cash that they can hold, any loss—in the event of a
security breach—is limited.
Further, for all the stakeholders a wallet leaves a money trail that helps in solving disputes. . . . . . . .Read more.