E-military recruitment: A conceptual model for contextualizing the problem domain
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Editors: Strahonja, V., Vrcek, N., Vukovac, D.P., Barry, C., Lang, M., Linger, H. and Schneider, C.
Publisher: Association for Information Systems
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Journal: Information Systems Development: Transforming Organisations and Society Through Information Systems - Proceedings of the 23rd International Conference on Information Systems Development, ISD 2014
The rapidly changing labor market led by the hypergrowth of Information and Communications Technologies (ICTs) has forced organizations from different sectors to adopt e-recruitment. Among these sectors is the military. The migration from compulsory recruitment to a self-choice force relying on labor market has made the military sector encountering challenges to harness e-recruitment. This paper examines the various problems embedded with a unique case study of military recruitment and develops a conceptual model based on this. The objective of model is to contextualize the problems perceived and maps them to organizational recruitment objectives thereby enabling informed decisions about how to solve them. The result of analysis has given insight into the viability of model developed.