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Interviewing : 10 key areas  to focus when reviewing  an application or a resume
Interviewing : 10 key areas  to focus when reviewing  an application or a resume
Interviewing : 10 key areas  to focus when reviewing  an application or a resume
Interviewing : 10 key areas  to focus when reviewing  an application or a resume
Interviewing : 10 key areas  to focus when reviewing  an application or a resume
Interviewing : 10 key areas  to focus when reviewing  an application or a resume
Interviewing : 10 key areas  to focus when reviewing  an application or a resume
Interviewing : 10 key areas  to focus when reviewing  an application or a resume
Interviewing : 10 key areas  to focus when reviewing  an application or a resume
Interviewing : 10 key areas  to focus when reviewing  an application or a resume
Interviewing : 10 key areas  to focus when reviewing  an application or a resume
Interviewing : 10 key areas  to focus when reviewing  an application or a resume
Interviewing : 10 key areas  to focus when reviewing  an application or a resume
Interviewing : 10 key areas  to focus when reviewing  an application or a resume
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Interviewing : 10 key areas to focus when reviewing an application or a resume

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  • 1. UNIT – II : INTERVIEWING SUBJECT : RECRUITMENT AND SELECTION
  • 2. 1. Preparing and Understanding Job Descriptions 2. Review the Applications and Resumes 3. Planning for Basic Questions to ask in Interview Preparation for interview
  • 3. 2. Review the Applications and Resumes  Never conduct interview without reviewing the applications and resumes for two reasons : 1. You will begin to become familiar with the person‟s credentials, and qualifications as they relate to the requirements and responsibilities of the job. 2. You can identify areas for discussion during the interview.  Each organization should have an application form, that reflects its own organization environment..  When designing an application form, it‟s important that all categories must be relevant and job – related.  Some companies have more than one form: one for professional or exempt position and second for non –
  • 4. key areas to focus when reviewing an application or a resume
  • 5. 1  Check to see that it‟s neat and easy to read  Whether the resume is typed, printed or submitted electronically  Application or resume should be grammatically correct and the language should be professional in appearance  Paper resumes are generally one to two pages  Whether resume is demonstrating applicant interest or not Scan the overall appearance of the application or resume
  • 6. 2  To see that basic information relating to work and education has not been excluded.  Make note of any missing data so you can ask the applicant about it the face-to-face interview.  To find applicant did overlook questions or categories Look for any blanks or omissions
  • 7. 3  Identify the time gaps between jobs  Make to drawing conclusions after the interview process is completed  The gaps may be a silly reasons and irresponsible pursuit. Review the applicant’s work history and make a note of any time gaps between jobs
  • 8. 4  Applicant may show that attending school and working at the same time. Of course this is possible, but not if the school happens to be in Khammam and the job was in Hyderabad  Need to verify accuracy of data Consider any overlaps in time
  • 9. 5  To illustrate, say there is an applicant with an extensive educational background who has been employed in a series of non-exempt jobs. He can not find suitable work.  Declining educational performance  Career cross-diversified means industry changes Make a note of any other inconsistencies
  • 10. 6  Identify the number of times he has changed jobs and companies  Note the point to find what is the reasons for job changes at the time of interview.  Whether it is voluntarily or terminated by employer Consider the frequency of job changes.
  • 11. 7  While money is the must commonly cited reasons for changing jobs  You will undoubtedly come across applicants who are willing to take a job at a lower salary then they were previously or are presently earning  It is significant to note that factoring in information relevant to salaries earned in past positions….. Be objective when evaluating a person’s salary requirements
  • 12. 8  Cover letter of resume, applicant states that why leaving from present organization, may be part of resume also.  Look the reasons that are realistic or not,  Note the point, key area to explore in the face to face intervies Carefully review the applicant’s reasons for leaving previous jobs.
  • 13. 9  Performed job titles, may require explanation.  Some titles are not functional or descriptive, fail to reveal their scope of responsibilities. Ex – Administrative Assistant. Make a note to ask for elaboration of duties that are not clearly described on the application or resume
  • 14. 10  Reason for leaving last job, the popular answer is „personal‟ should alert you to possible a problem.  Personal is frequently a cover up for “fired” Review the application or resume for red flags, look for any information that doesn’t seem to make sense or leaves you with an uneasy feeling.
  • 15. It’s overThank you…..

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