Problem-oriented conceptual model and ontology for enterprise e-recruitment

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Authors: Alamro, S., Dogan, H., Cetinkaya, D. and Jiang, N.

Start date: 21 March 2018

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Authors: Alamro, S., Dogan, H., Cetinkaya, D. and Jiang, N.

Editors: Hammoudi, S., Smialek, M., Camp, O. and Filipe, J.

Journal: ICEIS (2)

Pages: 280-289

Publisher: SciTePress

ISBN: 978-989-758-298-1

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Authors: Alamro, S., Dogan, H., Cetinkaya, D. and Jiang, N.

Journal: ICEIS 2018 - Proceedings of the 20th International Conference on Enterprise Information Systems

Volume: 2

Pages: 280-289

ISBN: 9789897582981

DOI: 10.5220/0006702902800289

© 2018 by SCITEPRESS - Science and Technology Publications, Lda. Internet-led labour market has become so competitive forcing many organisations from different sectors to embrace e-recruitment. However, realising the value of the e-recruitment from a Requirements Engineering (RE) analysis perspective is challenging. The research is motivated by the results of a failed e-recruitment project as a case study by focusing on the difficulty of scoping and representing recruitment problem knowledge to systematically inform the RE process towards an e-recruitment solution specification. In this paper, a Problem-Oriented Conceptual Model (POCM) supported by an Ontology for Recruitment Problem Definition (Onto-RPD) for contextualisation of the enterprise e-recruitment problem space is presented. Inspired by Soft Systems Methodology (SSM), the POCM and Onto-RPD are produced based on the detailed analysis of three case studies: (1) Secureland Army Enlistment, (2) British Army Regular Enlistment, and (3) UK Undergraduate Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS). The POCM and the ontology are demonstrated and evaluated by a focus group against a set of criteria. The evaluation showed a valuable contribution of the POCM in representing and understanding the recruitment problem and its complexity.

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