Hello, Small clarification, will there be different assessment procedures for internal promotions and recruiting from external sources? Is yes, can you please indicate the differences?
If you are assessing for promotion to management, first decide what competencies you expect the candidate to demonstrate. For example, lets say one of them is problem solving. Define the competency specifically and create a list of indicators - behaviors that can be observed
Let's say that one of the indicators is " consideres a range of alternatives when suggesting a solution, including new or novel methods or procedures."
Now you can create a case study of a typical problem in your organization. You can include jargon or examples that only an internal employee would know, whereas, with an external candidate your case study would have to be generic in content.
Furthermore, your final assessment matrix is likely to be different.
Perhaps your matrix for assessing an internal candidate would include something like this:
assessment center activities ( ie case study, role-play, personality profile) 50%
performance reviews for the last 2 years 20%
record of continued educational or skills enhancments 20%
dept head recommendation 10%
When assessming for recruitment, you dont have these elements, or you may be using tools ( like PRISM brainmapping) to screen out candidates that dont fit, and then do an interview and a role play for example.
In essence, what you do in assessment is determined by many factors:
goal of the assessment
number of people to be assessed
criticality of the role
management philosphy toward assessment
Hope that helps you.
HR & Labour Law advisor
Good to read the above two replies, but most of the companies are not assessing their employees based on their performance and job profile, instead things are decided based on the will and wish of the reporting bosses/ HODs... where in the role of HR is constrained to accept finally and some times proper working staff are degraded and made them to leave the organisations. In most of the companies HR attrition will be more, local managements will try to influence towards Recruitments and towards Rewards (increments, incentives and promotions).
I suggest, HR must be strong from bottom to top and it should report to TOP management instead of reporting to local Head. HR must be a separate vertical in all the companies. Hope you will agree this.
SRao / Hyderabad / 9849562900
HR & Labour Law Advisor
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