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Thanks for such a useful post. I am also using almost the same process and it really works. :) Some points were new to me like getting all the documents on mail. We just used to do this rarely.
Thanks again for a new idea.
25th July 2008 From India, Delhi
You information is 100% true and helpful. I really liked that. However, I would also like to add my information in this topic. Once we call up the candidate and do the phone interview, it is also advisable to have the resume reviewed by the Hiring manager. Sometimes hiring managers may or may not find the resume relevant for the required position. I have faced this situation. I have sourced a candidate and did not forward the resume to hiring Manager for review. i thought the candidate is all good, however after the telephone interview, the hiring manager disqualified the candidate as he thinks that he can not be a good canddiate. From that day onwards, I always send the resume to my hiring manager for review. It helped me a lot.
So make sure that you also discuss with your hiring manager before schedule the candidate for an onsite interview. This activity will not waste yur efforts. Remeber, there is always a chance of rejection at every stage. ( from Screening to Selection)
2nd August 2008 From India, Mumbai
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