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how to start on with the project on recruitment life cycle ? what basically the approach should be?

lipsita2006 -  Member Since: Jan 2010
Hi,

If u r working with a company,

First: u should sign Man power requisition form from the concerned person/department/HOD/HR head/ Just senior or team leader.

Second: Prepare JD, Post the same in Job Portal, Same time u search the candidate from ur job Portal ( whatever u hv), u can use employee/other reference for the same.

Third: Call them ( who has best profile as per your requirement) to take preliminary interview.

Fourth: Fix-up their interview (technical/non technical) with the concerned person as per their detail.
Make/give offer letter to the final candidate as per ur Comp. norms.

After joining, issue the appointment letter.

I hope it'll be helpful.

Regards,

shweta_chawre -  Member Since: Aug 2009
Hi Dear,

If ur r starting ur project taking particular company then u have to study the policies n JD of maximum recruitment sectors like in manufacturing, mostly engineers or turning-milling operators r required, so according to that u have to study JD. Then study their recruitment procedure n techniques as some companies do mostly internal recruitment and reference recruitment. When u'l get all this details then u urself will know where n how to start ur project.

Hope this will help u.

Regards,
Shweta

ramrecruiter -  Member Since: Mar 2011
[QUOTE=lipsita2006;1476505]Hi,

If u r working with a company,

First: u should sign Man power requisition form from the concerned person/department/HOD/HR head/ Just senior or team leader.

Second: Prepare JD, Post the same in Job Portal, Same time u search the candidate from ur job Portal ( whatever u hv), u can use employee/other reference for the same.

Third: Call them ( who has best profile as per your requirement) to take preliminary interview.

Fourth: Fix-up their interview (technical/non technical) with the concerned person as per their detail.
Make/give offer letter to the final candidate as per ur Comp. norms.

After joining, issue the appointment letter.

I hope it'll be helpful.

Regards,[ram]
this was really useful but can you give the more precise one

ankitchaturvedi -  Member Since: Mar 2007
Dear Ram,

I suggest you that you pls google for the query and if you do not find out there or your doubts are not cleared then you can ask us....

Ritu:

PLs find attached he sample of JD for HR....also i would request you to follow the process which i have just told Ram above...


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