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OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY
RECRUITMENT AND SELECTION PROCESS
Job analysis
Job description
Job specification
ATTRACTING A FIELD OF CANDIDATES
SOURCES OF RECRUITMENT
Internal Recuitment
External recruitment
2. Unsolicited applicants:
3. Employee-Referral Programs
The Role of Job sites
5. Placement Agencies
6. Engineering Institutes
7. Management Institutes
8. Off campus
9. Job fairs
The personnel specification
Criteria to assess the value of selection procedures
PRECONDITIONS FOR RECRUITMENT
ROLES OF VARIOUS PLAYERS IN RECRUITMENT
1. CEO
2. HR Head
3. Business Heads / Functional Heads
4. HR. coordinators
GUIDELINES FOR DIFFERENT STAGES OF RECRUITMENT
Vacancy Assessment
Initiating Recruitment
Internal Search
Database Search
External Search
Advertisement Release
Consultants
Short-listing the Candidates
Interviews
Panel Composition
Interview Call
Candidate's eligibilities
Main Interview
Interview Etiquette
Interviewing Competence
SELECTION
Selection test
1) Ability tests
2) Aptitude test
3) Intelligence test
4) Interest Test
5) Personality Test
6) Projective Test
7) General knowledge Test
8) Perception Test
9) Graphology Test
10) Polygraph Test
11) Medical Test
Choosing Tests
1. Reliability
2. Validity
3. Objectivity
4. Standardization
INTERVIEW
Objectives of interview
TYPES OF INTERVIEW
1) Informal Interview
2) Formal Interview
3) Non-directive Interview
4) Depth Interview
5) Stress Interview
6) Group Interview
7) Panel Interview
8) Sequential Interview
9) Structures Interview
10) Unstructured Interview
11) Mixed Interview
12) Impromptu Interviews
SHORT-LISTING
INTERVIEWING
Arrangements for interviews
At the interview
The structured interview process
Structured interview
Question types and their uses
Open questions
Closed questions
Behavioural questions
Examples of behavioural questions
Hypothetical questions
Pre-interview steps
Interview setting
Decision to Appoint
Post Interview Formalities
Salary Negotiations
Deciding on the process
Checks
Offer
Offer of employment
Other requirements Post Selection Formalities
On Joining
Forms to be filled by the new recruit
Documents to be submitted by the new recruit
Induction
1. The Purpose of Induction
2. The Induction Programme
3. New employees will need to know:
4. Induction Checklist
Probation Period
Stationery to be provided to the new recruit
Email Allocation
Visiting card requisition
Forms & Model Letters
Post interview feedback & notification to applicants
Monitoring recruitment and selection (Reporting)
Evaluation
Some constancy in approach
Online developments
The Changing Role of Recruitment Intermediaries
CONCLUSION NOTE
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