Ks_murthy
Chief Manager(hr)

Hey
I am urgently looking for a survey or a questionnaire or a feedback form, which would be given out to the new recruits during induction, to find out how the hiring process went for them.
Can anybody help me with this.
regards,
Tanushree

From India, Bangalore
Dear Member,

It is a good idea to seek feedback from the candidates regarding the Recruitment process. This enables you to identify areas of improvement and you sure are on path to self renewal when you have to travel on the same path.

However, you can create your own survey form instead of adopting some one else's survey contents. You can begin by writing down what are the aspects of the process which can be separately identified and categorised. Say these are the sub systems or elements of rectt.

Lets put them down:

_Interview call letter: for clarity regarding position being offred; time and venue of interview; method of rectt or selection test; likely time taken; type of tests communicated; clarity regarding TA paid or not; etc..

_Reception and guidance in the first 10 min after candidate reached venue.
_Physical arrangements
_Ambience of venue: whether corporate image communicated; space management at venue;
_Queing model for candidates; how they were occupied while waiting; facilitated for interaction or not; reading material about corporation etc..
_personal experiance
_Selection procedure; reception by panel of board; methodologies adopted such as FGD, psychometric tests; candidates' perception of relevance; method of communication of result or further enquiries if desired...
_suggestions for improvement

depending upon your need, you can have a rating scale or multi option questions. After developing the survey instrument, do a dry run on your pals for re-validating the questions for relevance and intent. repeat dry runs if you find many errors or variance in perception, until you are satisfied that the instrument would produce the desired result.

Hope this is useful.

Hope this i

From India, Changanacheri
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