Recruitment problems

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Recruitment problems

  1. 1.     Top Ten Employee Complaints :      Higher salaries     Internal pay equity        Benefits programs, particularly health and dental insurance, retirement,          and Paid Time Off / vacation days      Over­management      Pay increase guidelines for merit      Human Resources department response to employees      Favoritism      Communication and availability      Communication and availability      Workloads are too heavy and  Facility cleanliness The mistakes employers make when selecting    candidates for a job.    Inadequate specification of needs Believing that you do not need the professionals  Internal company politics Wanting the impossible or the very unlikely Not staying focused on need Poor selection from amongst the possible  Hiring what you know, not the best 
  2. 2.   Problems in recruitment and selection 1. No weighting of interview questions 2. Poor setting for the interview 3. Insufficient follow­up questions 4. Failure to check with former employers 5. Use of hiring quotas 6. Failure to post openings 7. Tapping successors 8. Vague selection criteria 9. Untrained interviewers 10. Inappropriate questions 11. Failure to provide reasonable accommodation of disabled applicants 12. Failure to notify unsuccessful contenders of the selection decision 13. Failure to provide the new employee with a substantive orientation of the job. 14. Rushed selection process 15. Unclear job requirements 16. Insufficient outreach 17. Recruitment outside of the personnel system How to Choose the Right Job Candidate      write a job description      consider the personality needed.      Interview for the personality.      Introvert or an extrovert ?      What are they innately good at?      Examine their 'soft skills'.      Give them an EQ assessment.      Look at specific EQ competencies.      Are they Resilient ?      What have they learned ?   
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