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Hiring the best 101 - Everything you need to know.

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The recruitment process includes a detailed series of events. The human resource department of an organization sets up a recruitment strategy that includes identifying a hiring vacancy, establishing a timeline, and identifying goals throughout the recruitment process. Initially, it includes Job Analysis to set up the KSAs required for the job. This also helps in attracting the most suitable candidates with the right set of skills.

Sourcing is the next step towards hiring the best. Sourcing refers to the initial part of recruiting. Organizations must use accurate tools & methods to attract the right candidate such as opening a vacancy via job portals, newspapers, social media, business media, and various other ways via the internet.

Further comes the screening phase in which a recruiter has to scrutinize several profiles to shortlist the most suitable profile for the vacant position

Interviewing is termed the most critical aspect of the recruitment process. The interview experience is the single most influential factor in the recruitment process making or breaking an applicant’s impression of the company and vice versa.

An employment offer is made when the recruiter is convinced about a particular candidate that he/she is the right pick for the vacant position. However, it is also not compulsory that a candidate accepts the employment offer

The final stage includes onboarding which can also be termed as organizational socialization. To conduct a successful onboarding program, the organization must provide the relevant tool to the new hire to succeed in their new position and get fully educated regarding the company’s culture and conduct to integrate with a productive workforce.

Around a decade ago no one could have ever imagined that recruitment would become so inexpensive, effective, and efficient. In comparison to the conventional methods of recruitment where a lot of money was spent on placing the job advertisement in the newspapers, now the majority of the recruiters prefer online recruitment. From posting a job ad on social media to conducting online interviews on skype, the recruitment process has been made cost-effective and time-saving.

However, the modern recruitment tools still cannot displace the human factor in hiring decisions but they can be a critical ally in the search and selection of a fine and suitable candidate">

Whenever we hear the term ‘recruitment’ we often perceive it as hiring a candidate for a vacant position in an organization. However, it is not just that simple. Recruitment includes a series of processes which are attracting, screening, selecting, and appointing the most suitable candidates within an organization.

The recruitment process includes a detailed series of events. The human resource department of an organization sets up a recruitment strategy that includes identifying a hiring vacancy, establishing a timeline, and identifying goals throughout the recruitment process. Initially, it includes Job Analysis to set up the KSAs required for the job. This also helps in attracting the most suitable candidates with the right set of skills.

Sourcing is the next step towards hiring the best. Sourcing refers to the initial part of recruiting. Organizations must use accurate tools & methods to attract the right candidate such as opening a vacancy via job portals, newspapers, social media, business media, and various other ways via the internet.

Further comes the screening phase in which a recruiter has to scrutinize several profiles to shortlist the most suitable profile for the vacant position

Interviewing is termed the most critical aspect of the recruitment process. The interview experience is the single most influential factor in the recruitment process making or breaking an applicant’s impression of the company and vice versa.

An employment offer is made when the recruiter is convinced about a particular candidate that he/she is the right pick for the vacant position. However, it is also not compulsory that a candidate accepts the employment offer

The final stage includes onboarding which can also be termed as organizational socialization. To conduct a successful onboarding program, the organization must provide the relevant tool to the new hire to succeed in their new position and get fully educated regarding the company’s culture and conduct to integrate with a productive workforce.

Around a decade ago no one could have ever imagined that recruitment would become so inexpensive, effective, and efficient. In comparison to the conventional methods of recruitment where a lot of money was spent on placing the job advertisement in the newspapers, now the majority of the recruiters prefer online recruitment. From posting a job ad on social media to conducting online interviews on skype, the recruitment process has been made cost-effective and time-saving.

However, the modern recruitment tools still cannot displace the human factor in hiring decisions but they can be a critical ally in the search and selection of a fine and suitable candidate.