Abstract

Today, the situation of human resources management is in a situation when the number of foreign, Federal and regional personnel companies, as well as companies applying for services to recruitment agencies, is growing. In this regard, the personnel companies today are very significant and dynamically developing participants in the labor market, and their functioning, both in the service market itself and in the process of social interaction between market participants, requires careful study. The purpose of the study is to analyze the features of human resources management functioning. Research methods: within research methods, we used a questionnaire survey as a method for collecting primary information, which allowed us to study effectively the features of human resources management formation and development as a significant link in the employment of students. Research results: the article considers the main formal and informal rules and norms of interaction between a personnel company and a customer and a candidate for a vacancy. The novelty and originality of the research lies in the fact that for the first time the social goals and essence of human resources management are considered. For the first time, it was revealed that the following types of organizations represent human resources management: employment Agency, Human Resources Company, state employment center, University graduates’ employment center. It is shown that depending on the subject of interaction, that is, the customer who pays for services, all Human Resources companies can be divided into three groups: recruitment agencies, employment agencies, and hiring agencies. It is determined that most of the Human Resources companies specialize in providing such services as: classic recruitment, testing and evaluation of personnel. It is revealed that only large Federal and international companies are ready to offer leasing services. It is shown that the main methods of searching for candidates for a vacancy that HR management specialists use today are direct search, active search in open sources, and engagement of a specialist in whom the customer is interested. It is revealed that at the present stage of recruitment agencies development, such a method as posting information about vacancies on sites specializing in job search, posting vacancies and resumes of clients should be noted. Practical significance: the data obtained in this work can be used in marketing research, management, economic psychology, as well as for further theoretical development of this issue.

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