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Untangling Inefficiencies: Theoretical Frameworks for Understanding Recruitment in SMEs

EasyChair Preprint no. 11501

6 pagesDate: December 9, 2023


This study delves into the theoretical patterns of recruitment inefficiency within Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs). Examining the intricate interplay of factors contributing to inefficiencies in SME recruitment processes, the research sheds light on the challenges and potential solutions. Employing a qualitative approach, the study analyzes existing theoretical frameworks to establish a comprehensive understanding of recruitment inefficiency in the context of SMEs. The findings reveal multifaceted issues, ranging from resource constraints to limited access to talent pools, ultimately impacting SMEs' ability to attract and retain high-quality candidates. The study contributes valuable insights for both academia and practitioners, offering a nuanced exploration of the theoretical underpinnings of recruitment inefficiency in SMEs.

Keyphrases: recruitment inefficiency, resource constraints, small and medium-sized enterprises

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  author = {Smith Milson and Kabir Adler},
  title = {Untangling Inefficiencies: Theoretical Frameworks for Understanding Recruitment in SMEs},
  howpublished = {EasyChair Preprint no. 11501},

  year = {EasyChair, 2023}}
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