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  • Your candidates might not jump for joy, nor will their interview be televised nationally, but they should have a great interviewing experience.
    Tips for conducting great interviews:
    -Be prepared (if you fail to plan, you plan to fail). Remember, YOU are in control.
    -Give a warm greeting and show sincere interest
    -Listen, summarize, demonstrate that you understand
    -Provide information and answer questions
    -End the interview with set expectations. What’s next? What’s the time frame? Who should they call with questions? Also, if you know you are not interested in a candidate, it is your choice if you would like to tell them in person. The situation can be awkward, so if you’re not comfortable doing that, here is a way to handle it: “We are talking to quite a few applicants this week. Once we get through the first round of interviewing, we will contact you and let you know if you are still being considered.” We can then send a regrets letter to inform him/her that we have chosen another candidate.
    -Leading candidates on.
    -Making the applicant feel unwelcomed by cutting the interview drastically short. All candidates should leave with a positive experience, even if they were not right for the job.
  • Recruitment & selection

    1. 1. By Nisha Hariyani Recruitment
    2. 2. MAIN POINTS COVERAGE • Concept of Recruitment • Factors Affecting Recruitment • Recruitment Policy • Sources of Recruitment • Need for Flexible and Proactive Recruitment Policy • Evaluation of a Recruitment Program
    3. 3. Recruitment • Tata owned Jaguar-Land Rover (JLR) has announced a major drive to recruit 600 engineers and technical staff to work on its 700-million-pounds projects • Besides, there are a "significant number" of vacancies in its purchasing, finance and human resources departments. It is also launching a programme aimed at recruiting
    4. 4. Recruitment • Problem of booming B Schools • Headhunters scouting around for MBAs • 2000 witnessed an alarming rise in number of institutes, offering management education both at the undergraduate & PG • All these needs atleast 200 MBAs for teaching faculty • Most of MBAs join industries • Management are worried • Where to find qualified & eligible MBAs…?
    5. 5. Recruitment Recruitment is the process of searching for prospective employees and stimulating them to apply for jobs in the organizations. Selection starts where recruitment ends
    6. 6. FACTORS AFFECTING RECRUITMENT • Organizational / internal factors • Environmental / external factors
    7. 7. A good recruitment policy • Complies with government policies • Provides job security • Provides employee development opportunities • Flexible to accommodate changes • Ensures its employees long-term employment opportunities • Cost effective for the organization
    8. 8. SOURCES OF RECRUITMENT Internal Search HRIS Job portalsNotice boards Circulars
    9. 9. SOURCES OF RECRUITMENT External Search Advertise- ments Employee referrals Educational institutions Interested applicationsEmployment agencies
    10. 10. Human resource planningHuman resource planning Identify HR requirementsIdentify HR requirements surplus Retrench/layoffs demand Determine numbers, levels & Criticality of vacancies Determine numbers, levels & Criticality of vacancies Choose the resources & Methods of Recruitment Choose the resources & Methods of Recruitment Analyze the cost & time involved Analyze the cost & time involved Organizational Recruitment policy Job analysis Start implementing the Recruitment program Start implementing the Recruitment program Select and hireSelect and hire Evaluate the ProgramEvaluate the Program Process of recruitment
    11. 11. EVALUATION OF A RECRUTIMENT PROGRAM • The recruitment policies, sources & methods have to be evaluated from time to time • Successful recruitment program shows – No. of successful placements – No. of offers made – No. of applicants – Cost involved – Time taken for filling up the position
    12. 12. It is easier to go down a hill than up, but the view Is best from the top. Arnold Bennet
    13. 13. Thank You Questions ???
    14. 14. By Nisha Hariyani SELECTION
    15. 15. How crucial is selection process?
    16. 16. Its better not to select then selecting a bad candidate
    17. 17. SELECTION Selecting the right candidate Selecting the right candidate Rejecting the wrong candidate Rejecting the wrong candidate Selecting the wrong candidate Selecting the wrong candidate Rejecting the correct candidate Rejecting the correct candidate POSITIVE OUTCOME NEGATIVE OUTCOME SELECTING THE MOST SUITABLE CANDIDATE IS OBJECTIVE OF SELECTION
    18. 18. THE SELECTION PROCESS Resumes/CVs ReviewResumes/CVs Review Analyze the Application BlankAnalyze the Application Blank Conducting Tests and Evaluating performance Conducting Tests and Evaluating performance Preliminary InterviewPreliminary Interview Reference checksReference checks Job OfferJob Offer Initial Screening InterviewInitial Screening Interview Medical ExaminationMedical Examination PlacementPlacement Core and Departmental Interviews Core and Departmental Interviews ACCEPT REJECTIONOffer to the next suitable candidate
    19. 19. SELECTION METHOD STANDARDS • Reliability – Reliability can be measured by using: • The repeat or test-retest approach • The alternate-form or parallel-form method • The split-halves procedure • Validity – Criterion validity – Content validity – Construct validity
    20. 20. • Generalizability – Generalizability of a selection method is defined as the degree to which its validity, established in one context, can be extended to other “primary contexts”. Utility Legality
    21. 21. APPLICATION FORMS  Personal information  Educational qualifications  Work experience  Salary  Personality items  Reference checks
    22. 22. EVALUATION OF APPLICATION FORMS – Clinical method: • In this method, all the information furnished by the applicant in the application form is analyzed and inferences are made about applicant's personality. – Weighted method: • In this method, certain points or weights are assigned to each item in the application form. ETHICAL ISSUES IN APPLICATION FORM DESIGN
    23. 23. SELECTION TESTS Intelligence tests Achievement tests Interest tests Aptitude tests Situational tests Polygraph tests Personality tests Graphology
    24. 24. INTERVIEWS InterviewsInterviews Preliminary Interview Preliminary Interview Selection Interview Selection Interview Decision-making Interview Decision-making Interview Formal & Structured Interview Formal & Structured Interview Unstructured Interview Unstructured Interview Stress Interview Stress Interview Group Interview Method Group Interview Method Panel Interview Panel Interview In-depth Interview In-depth Interview
    25. 25. Great interviews requires smart skills
    26. 26. THE INTERVIEW PROCESSPreparationPreparation SettingSetting Conduct of InterviewConduct of Interview Closing an InterviewClosing an Interview EvaluationEvaluation Reference ChecksReference Checks Medical ExaminationMedical Examination
    27. 27. PLACEMENT The determination of the job to which an accepted candidate is to be assigned and his assignments to the job.
    28. 28. Questions? Thank You