Every business organization needs a human resource team to develop their product, promote it, and generally run the organization. Employee recruitment only happens once in a while in a business organization or whenever there’s a vacancy. While many people believe that an HR manager/personnel and a recruiter are the same people, this isn’t true. They are not the same people.
1. The HR creates the job role, not the recruiter.
2. Recruiters test the qualifications of a potential candidate, while HR allocates them to a role.
3. Recruiters may be part-time or external employees only needed when there’s a post to fill.
4. Interaction with employees happens at different stages.
5. HR handles promotions, appraisals, and employee growth within the organization.
6. The recruiter handles the job applicants’ database that the organization receives and only sends the shortlisted candidates to the HR department.