How do recruitment and selection procedures work?
If you wish to engage a recruitment and selection agency in order to find the right candidate, then the first step is to start the recruitment and selection procedure. How does this work and what does the step-by-step plan look like?
During the introductory meeting, you will discuss the specifics of the job vacancy and your particular needs with the recruitment consultant. The consultant will then advise you on the nature of the desired candidate target group, for example, what fields of interest, motives and pull factors characterise this group? You will then receive a tailor-made proposal, in the form of a business case in which your recruitment and selection assignment is specified in detail.
Based on a detailed job and competence profile, the recruitment agency will subsequently formulate the job advertisement and select the correct recruitment instruments to ensure the best results. The goal is to use an integrated mix of media, search tools and a powerful network in order to reach not only active candidates, but also latent and passive candidates.
The next stage is assessment of the CVs, the candidate interviews and the reference checks. In addition to performing job interviews, the recruiter may also conduct assessments. The candidates who are most compatible with the job profile will then be presented to the client. If the right match is found, then the recruitment and selection agency will oversee the hiring process and give feedback to the other candidates.
You will be informed of the progress at each stage of the selection process, from the comprehensive intake interview to the evaluation after the candidate is hired.
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