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use standard question and consistent scoring methods to keep the resu ts objective and measurab e so app icant¶s qua ification and resu ts can be compared easi y. emp oyment agencies usua y conduct a brief te ephone interview. Whi e screening an app icant. honest integrity. c Can be adaptab e/ f exib e. Deve op a recruitment and then track a resu ts so you can c ear y eva uate the cost per candidate. As you begin eva uating app icants. and attention to detai . Àn addition to focusing on hard ski s such as data entry and istening ski s. Àf you fee that a candidate is the right person for your job. c Ab e to hand e emotiona y stressfu situations. prob em so ving. Àt is more beneficia to have a candidate with a good attitude and a wi ingness to earn than a ski ed but unmotivated one. ski s. and fina y a behaviora interview. Àt is important to se ect candidates who exhibit predefined behaviora traits a appropriate for your organization and are comfortab e working in the environment or your organization. Document the sources that bring app icants to you. a behaviora assessment. study the traits of your current top performers and determine what makes them fit we with your organization Whi e there is no one specific formu a that defined the perfect emp oyee . and abi ities. c Works we under time pressure.wi be more ike y to stay in a job onger. certain key behaviors wi serve as a guide to finding a diverse poo of candidates with simi ar traits. be sure hire quick y statistics show that a temporary worker is usua y on the market for on y about five days before they  cc c c . hard and soft ski s testing. Assess cognitive abi ities such as mu titasking. For examp e. The strongest strategy for regu ar y attracting and retaining qua ity emp oyees is to imp ement a thorough recruiting and behaviora ± based hiring process to ensure you are se ecting the best candidates for the job.ersona characteristics such as conscientiousness. And the abi ity to minimize turnover wi keep an organization running smooth y and efficient y. use a variety of estab ished pre-hiring assessment too s to determine their know edge. c Ab e to perform we when engaging in repetitive tasks. so you wi know where to invest recruitment funds and where to network to attract the most diverse set of Candidates. and emotiona maturity he p determine whether a candidates is re iab e and focused worker. c Ànterna y motivated to achieve goa s. per recruitment process.

se ecting the right peop e and managing them we can not on y reduce turnover and increase retention. it can a so he p a company harvest its next generation of executives. inc uding customer satisfaction and performance. Hiring and retaining qua ity emp oyees wi have a positive impact on a aspects of an organization. c ¦   .have found emp oyment.

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No grammatica mistakes b.     a. Ans-2)cAfter my ^BA À wou d ike to take up the job of Human Resource. The channe s of communications are: 1. No spe ing mistakes c. No error in punctuation Àn my opinion it is very we written artic e without any mistakes and there are no jargons. s angs and metaphors. The main stakeho ders can be the peop e invo ved with the HR department (such as ^anagers. There is proper c arity in the writing and ab e to read it. Written communication   cc. Ora communication 2. supervisors etc) interna y and the app icants for the job externa y.

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feedbacks etc c Written communication Àn this communication there wi be through mai s. notices. etters. Àn this there wi be face to face communication.  cc. circu ars. etters etc regarding the particu ar app icant is he passed or fai ed in the interview. presentations. Ora communication Àn this the ora communication wi be face to face communication with the app icants such as interviews.   Written communication Àn this he wi communicate with the emp oyees through memos. meetings and reviews. reports and mai s so that it becomes easy for the emp oyees to understand what is the manager trying to say? xterna communication These types of communication are done outside the organization and the stakeho ders wi be the app icants for the job.    Ora communication Àn this the managers wi discuss about the performance of emp oyees.

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due to which À cou dn't hear him proper y. 2. This barrier can be overcome by the fo owing points: 1. 3. Be prepared to accept revisions. Refrain from formu ating an immediate response. rovide c ues that you are active y invo ved. Àt was very difficu t to ta k to him. Try to prepare beforehand. 6. Be sure the environment Às conducive to istening. Àn the above situation the NVÀRON^NTAL BARRÀR is suitab e because in this type of barrier we see that it is concerned with the physica noise which in my case was the noisy surroundings. 5.        cc. Concentrate. 4."26)cÀ was outside spending time with my fami y and sudden y my boss ca ed me on my ce for some important work and À cou dn't hear anything due to the noise in the surroundings.

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