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Please write a One Sentence Definition of RECRUITMENT.
Recruitment refers to the process of attracting, screening, and selecting qualified people for a job.
± The stages in recruitment include sourcing candidates by advertising or other methods, screening potential candidates using tests and/or interviews, selecting candidates based on the results of the tests and/or interviews, and on-boarding to ensure the candidate is able to fulfill their new role effectively.
Recruitment Strategy Job Success Profile (1 of 5)
Once you determine the need of the job opening, you must make a Job Success Profile. A Job Success Profile makes sure that there is no confusion or ambiguity about the skills and qualifications the job entails.
± It also makes the recruitment and selection process objective and fair.
Recruitment Strategy Job Success Profile (2 of 5)
To create a Job Success Profile, you must answer the following questions:
± What skills and knowledge must they have? ± What will the person contribute to the team? ± What other professional abilities must they have? ± What will their future responsibilities entail?
Recruitment Strategy Job Success Profile (3 of 5)
Make a list of:
± ± ± ± ± ± ± Essential responsibilities Technical skills Experience Education/credentials Competencies Environmental Factors Marginal responsibilities
Recruitment Strategy Job Success Profile (4 of 5)
Use this profile in all methods of the recruitment and selection process including:
± ± ± ± Designing advertisements Determining your method of hiring Assessing the applications Selecting the right match
Recruitment Strategy Align the Team
Recruitment Strategy Align the Team
Make certain that all recruiting is aligned.
Educate and inform everyone regarding the overall strategy. If the vision is consistent, less time will be wasted on arguing.
Recruitment Strategy Staff Balance (1 of 3)
Provide guidance about whether employees or contractors need to fill the openings. This question is twofold.
Recruitment Strategy Staff Balance (2 of 3)
First. What is the organization's preference in terms of the percentage of contractors vs. employees?
Recruitment Strategy Diversity Goals (1 of 2)
Discuss your portfolio's position on diversity.
± This could be in terms of mandates to the managers (quotas?) or just guidance.
Recruitment Strategy Retention (1 of 2)
Describe your overall retention strategy.
± This includes the levels of turnover you are willing to accept and the lengths that you will go to retain staff.
Recruitment Strategy Employee Development
Discuss your overall philosophy for developing staff.
± This includes growth in professional, business, and technical skills. ± This section provides guidance to managers about the emphasis on employee development, how proactive the managers need to be, and the responsibility of each employee in his or her personal development program.
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recruitment strategy, 24 slides on methods of recruiting, 10 tips for how to review resumes, 5 slides on evaluating interviews, 5 points on making the final decision, 17 points on assessing recruitment and selection strategies including 3 steps on how to benchmark these strategies, 15 slides on training and retention including 6 tips to increase retention and 8 tips for implementing training programs, 6 slides describing the legal issues, 4 slides for final action steps and much more.
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