How To Handle The Recruitment Process Correctly

Recruitment is a crucial process for any business. Getting this step wrong will affect every other process negatively. The people that you choose to bring in to work with you need to have the right combination of skills and experience and also personality. There are several steps that one must take in order to ensure that the right candidates are taken in from the start. Here are some tips to help you get the recruitment process just right.

Create the correct JD

The first step that you need to take is to create the right JD and candidate profile that suits the position. You can upload this onto a hiring platform for employers and other mediums and allow the CVs to come in. when you create the JD be mindful of things like what you exactly want to fit into the work role and how these duties must be handled. A cohesive and well-structured JD will help the reader understand exactly what you expect of them and make life easier for the both of you. Mention all the responsibilities and duties that will be expected from the potential employee and then mention what skills the company feels are needed for the purpose. Mention the designation very clearly and also at the end of the JD add in the range of salary that will be offered to the correct candidate. Make the advert easy to read, pleasant and interesting.

Shortlist correctly

If you have been advertising on a job seeker platform in Singapore, there will be a few to several hundred CVs coming in depending upon things like the location, pay, position and other aspects. The challenge now, is to shortlist the right set of candidates. When you shortlist these CVs the first set of CVs that you will get rid of are the ones you feel have not been put together with much care. Next you will start reading through the profiles and discard anything that does not meet the experience, qualifications or skills. If you find good CVs that lack the qualifications and experience but has a great skill set, hold on to them and include them for the next step.

Interview meticulously

The interviewing process has changed vastly and most places do not hold strict interviews. While this is nothing bad, not being strict enough can cause you to take in the wrong person for working. Make sure that after the initial round of interviews where you get to decide if the candidates have potential, all chosen candidates get to face a written or practical exam that will put to test the skills and knowledge they have described on their CVs. You need to be sure that they have been honest to you and can actually handle the workload. The final interview should be with the higher management where salary and other details are discussed. Following these steps will ensure that you handle the recruitment process for your business effectively and correctly.

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