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    • 1. RECRUITMENT AND SELECTION HIRING PROCESS
    • 2. RECRUITMENT AND SELECTION HIRING PROCESS 1.1. Plan the selection processPlan the selection process 2.2. Prepare for the interviewsPrepare for the interviews 3.3. Conduct the interviewsConduct the interviews 4.4. Check the references of your finalCheck the references of your final candidatescandidates 5.5. Make your decisionMake your decision 6.6. Make the offerMake the offer 7.7. Do the paperworkDo the paperwork
    • 3. 1. Plan the selection process Selection is the process of screening candidates to ensure that the most appropriate candidate is hired. We have to review the information (cover letter, CV, application form) of the applicants. Only those candidates who meet the job requirements will be considered.
    • 4. 2. PREPARE FOR THE INTERVIEWS Prepare a list of questions to ask during the interview.
    • 5. 2. PREPARE FOR THE INTERVIEWS Asking the right interview questions will:  Confirm the candidate’s education, training, and experience listed in the resume.  Provide information about the candidate’s past performance and accomplishments.  Indicate the candidate’s compatibility with the culture of your organisation.  Offer insights into the reasons behind the candidate’s desire to change jobs.  Responses to key questions should be proved further and confirmed through references checks.
    • 6. 3. Conduct the interviews  Choose the appropriate environment and ensure that you will not be interrupted.  Make sure you use the same interview format and that interview appointments are the same length.  Think of the interview as a business conversation.  Ask your questions and listen. You should talk no more than 20% of the time.  Conclude the interview by thanking the candidate and explaining the next steps. Ask for their permission to contact references.
    • 7. 4. Check the references of your final candidates Checking references is one way to avoid hiring the wrong person. You can: Accept letters of recommendation. Talk to references.
    • 8. 5. Make your decision Identify the best candidate based on skills, worker characteristics and organisational fit. Review all your notes and write up your decision. Discuss your decision with others who participated in the hiring process.
    • 9. 6. Make the offer Call the candidate to make an offer. Inform all other candidates of the outcome of the recruitment process.
    • 10. 7. Do the paperwork Confirm your offer and the candidate’s acceptance in writing.

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