4. Why Recruitment is important in the
List the skills your new hire will need to fulfill his
duties. You get much better results in your recruitment
process if you advertise specific criteria that are
relevant to the job.
Include all necessary skills, and include a list of
desired skills that are not necessary but that would
enhance the candidate's chances.
If you fail to do this, you might end up with a low-
quality pool of candidates and wind up with limited
choices to fill the open position.
5. Recruitment Process
Step 1 – Setup
• Assess past/ current
• Design custom recruitment
• Establish advisory
relationship with HM
6. Recruitment Process ( cont’d)
Step 2 –
• Building sourcing strategy
• Data mining
• Search engine optimization of all
• Targeted social media & event
10. Recruitment Process ( cont’d)
•Step 3 –
• Phone-screen candidates
• Behavioral screening
• Test and assess
• Assessment tool recommendation
• Selling the job opportunity
• Building a robust referral network
The Purpose of screening is to remove from the
recruitment process at an early stage ,those applicants
who are visibly unqualified for the job and doesn’t met
the criteria I’m looking for.
Effective screening can save a great deal of energy and
money. So we should care that the good employees are
14. Recruitment Process ( cont’d)
•Step 6 –
• In depth candidate pre-closure
• Market research and offer
• Negotiate and extend offers
15. Recruitment Process ( cont’d)
•Step 7 –
• Conduct background and
• Enroll candidate
• Pre-start welcome session
• Post-start follow up
16. Job Analysis
is a process to identify & determine in detail the
particular job roles, responsibilities, and activities.
The purpose of Job Analysis:
is to establish the relationship between a job and the
employment procedures such as training, selection,
compensation, and performance appraisal
17. Once the job analysis is completed, these
documents will be crafted:
1) Job Description
2) Job Specification
3) Job Advertisement
18. 1) Job Description
Is a document which outlines the duties &
responsibilities associated with a particular job.
The process of writing a job description requires
having a clear understanding of the job’s duties and
responsibilities. The job posting should also include a
concise picture of the skills required for the position to
attract qualified job candidates.
19. • Organize the job description into five sections:
Company Information, Job Description, Job
Requirements, Benefits and a Call to Action. Be sure to
include keywords that will help make your job posting
• A well-defined job description will help attract qualified
candidates as well as help reduce employee turnover in
the long run.
20. 2) Job Specification
Outlines the physical & mental attributes that are required
for a particular job. For example: Knowledge, Aptitude,
Intelligence, Experience, Physical Appearance, and
Job Specification Purpose:
Helps in selecting the most appropriate candidate for a
Helps candidates analyze whether are eligible to apply for a
particular job vacancy or not.
Helps recruiting team of an organization understand what
level of qualifications, qualities and set of characteristics
should be present in a candidate to make him or her
eligible for the job opening.
21. 3) Job Advertisement
Is a paid announcement in a newspaper or other
medium about a job vacancy.
The advertisement is part of a wider recruitment
process designed to attract suitable qualified
candidates for a job. Job advertisements are created by
human resource professionals or external recruitment
agencies working with the managers of departments
who need to recruit staff.
22. Job Advertisement Purpose
The main purpose of a job advertisement is to attract
suitable candidates for the position. An effective ad
reduces the time companies spend interviewing unsuitable
candidates by providing a precise statement of job
This can help create awareness and interest from qualified
people who might be attracted to the company for future
23. The Interview
The interview is to gather and assess additional
information on each finalist's knowledge, experience,
abilities, skills, and traits that will be used to perform
the job. It is a comprehensive process that consists of
devising relevant questions and scheduling open
forums with different employee groups, the hiring
department staff, and with external groups as
Selection Definition :
Selection is the process of differentiating
between applicants in order to identify and
hire those with a greater likelihood of success
in a job
29. Why Selection is important in the process?
Making a bad selection decision is costly in terms of the cost
of the recruitment and selection process itself, salary,
management time and resources.
If you select someone unsuitable you might need to spend
time performance and it might affect other employees. They
may also decide to leave meaning you have to go through the
recruitment process again.
This is a good opportunity to assess skills and abilities. You
can use this to help put together an induction / probation
training plan and for their future development.
30. PROCESS / STEPS IN SELECTION
1. Preliminary Screening:
The purpose of preliminary Screening is basically to eliminate unqualified
applications based on information supplied in application forms. The
basic objective is to reject misfits. On the other hands preliminary
interviews is often called a courtesy interview and is a good public
2. Selection pre-Tests:
Jobseekers who we select from the screening are called for tests. There are
various types of tests conducted depending upon the jobs and the
company. These tests can be Aptitude Tests, Personality Tests, and Ability
Tests and are conducted to judge how well an individual can perform
tasks related to the job. Besides this there are some other tests also like
Interest Tests (activity preferences), Graphology Test (Handwriting),
Medical Tests, Psychometric Tests etc
31. 3. Employment Interview:
The next step in selection is employment interview. Here interview
is a formal and in-depth conversation between applicant’s
acceptability. It is considered to be an excellent selection device.
Interviews can be One-to-One, Panel Interview, or Sequential
Interviews. Besides there can be Structured and Unstructured
interviews, Behavioral Interviews, Stress Interviews.
4. Reference & Background Checks:
Reference checks and background checks are conducted to verify
the information provided by the candidates. Reference checks can
be through formal letters, telephone conversations. However it is
merely a formality and selections decisions are seldom affected by
32. 5. Selection Decision:
After obtaining all the information, the most critical step is the selection decision is
to be made. The final decision has to be made out of applicants who have passed
preliminary interviews, tests, final interviews and reference checks. The views of
line managers are considered generally because it is the line manager who is
responsible for the performance of the new employee.
6. Physical Examination:
After the selection decision is made, the candidate is required to undergo a physical
fitness test. A job offer is often contingent upon the candidate passing the physical
7. Job Offer:
The next step in selection process is job offer to those applicants who have crossed
all the previous hurdles. It is made by way of letter of appointment.
8. Final Selection