"Is it enough to recruit a person,not beyond that??"

Well, I am totally new here in this site, I was looking that people are here from recruitment sides. Suddenly one question clicked in my mind that "Is it enough to recruit a person,not beyond that??" our duty is only to recruit people, just to recruit not to do after the recruitment.
Why am I putting this question coz m working as Sr. Human Recourse in a IT firm and recruitment is just a part of my profile. But I am wondering that there is a hell lot of work to do on a single recruited person.

I ll have to look out that how to work on a person i.e. most important is that how to retain him/her. Being in Hr deprt, we pamper any candidate litterly pamper. How to give training to him, how to enhance his knowledge and skill, how to give him incentives, how to celebrate his most important dates......oh my god the lost is huge.

Like a mother take care of her child, we ll have to take care of any recruited person. After all, if we loss such candidate, we are the one who will work again, spend our time again, our efforts to recruit new person. So why we only recruit person not work beyond that.

I am looking .if any one is having any view or comments on this.

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Comment by Dan Nuroo on December 17, 2008 at 5:42am
You need to recruit with Retention in mind... there is no use just putting bums on seats, because if the hire is bad, from the candidates point of view or the companies. If you mean by pampering, that you live up to what is promised in the Recruiting process or companies EVP then yes do it. Recruiting is the whole package, maybe not doing the other stuff, however we need to ensure it happens, or your and your companies brand will be deeply tarnished


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