|Posted on 22 August, 2015 at 17:30|
The external recruitment process brings together a different talents, targeting certain sectors of the job market. Providing the opportunities from candidates to bring new experience and ideas into a company. This will be costly for both the interview and the company, the company well be unaware of the full potential, which the candidate holds; compared to an employee who is already working within the company, the greatest fear that an employer would have is to end up with someone less than what they show on paper.
There are a number of stages, which can be used to define and set out the nature of a particular jobs, for the recruitment purpose, a Job analysis is the process of examining jobs, in order to identify the key requirements.
A number of important questions needs to be explored: The title of the job, a simple description of the role and duties of the employee within the organisation.
Job analysis is used in order to:
• Choose employees is to select employee who are within the level or higher of current employees
• Set out the training requirements of a particular job.
• Provide information which will help in decision making to be employed with the job.
• Identify and profile the experiences
• Identify areas of risk and danger at work.
• Help in setting rates of pay for job tasks.
Keep in mind that all positions within a company has been analysed, carried out by direct observation of employees at the company, which allows the personal officer/HR team has a clear understanding of what employee they are looking for within an opening position within the company.
Job description Sets out how a particular employee will fit into the organisation. Providing within the job advert a simple description of who they will be working with, including the role and duties of the employee within the organisation. Therefore take the opportunity and time to use the job description as a guideline for your application.
Job specification explains further attributes to the position. For example “Candidates are expected to show responsibility, have a flair for business, know how to sell, and to work in a team.”
The Selection Process involves procedures to identify the most appropriate candidates to fill the position advertised.
Employers take into consideration the following:
keeping the costs of selection down, making sure that the skills and qualities required have been clearly identified, ensuring these qualities can be found in candidates, making sure the selected candidate will stay for the long term within the company. To achieve this employers will assess candidates via different means of interviews techniques/assessments; hence way many companies have different selection processes to identify whether candidates meet the job specification and job description requirements.
This may involve a combination of:
• Interviewing, candidates being involved in work scenarios.
• Candidates may be asked to provide samples of previous work,
• Filling in personality and intelligence tests, Real work seniors to test their abilities/ Induction and training.
when you start analysing a job advert/ discription always take inconsideration what type of interview the employer may select, and always be prepared.
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