Once we receive the new hiring needs we can move to the Stage I of the Recruitment Process
Stage I – Research, Source & Identify: Fully understanding needs of the skilled employees that is needed. Research based on specific locale, industry, company, and position, to identify high-potential prospects for Recruitment. This work is typically the beginning of any executive search process.
Stage II – Job Posting/ Description & Specification: Understanding the roles, i.e. listing out the job description and job specification. Job postings are designed to be inviting and allow candidates to apply for the vacancy. Selecting the most appropriate process, it could be either internal, external or both. Job descriptions, Job Specification and Job Postings are the foundation successful recruitment & selection
Stage III - Resume Review/Processing: Reviewing resumes submitted from advertisements, postings, etc. A formal record of resume and candidate activity and processing must be done.
Stage IV - Screening: This tool is used for prospecting or resume review/processing services, to document candidate responses and completely screen qualified & interested candidates.
Stage V - Placement- In this stage candidates go through a comprehensive recruiting process that incorporates the following steps based on the company needs
• Phone Screen
• Face-to-face in-house interview
• Soft skills evaluation
• Technical evaluation
• Technical testing
Stage VI –Execution of Hire: This includes from background checks to offer letters and negotiation, to company orientation program design.
Recruitment life cycle is a combination of all the above six stages. Once on assignment has been completed an on-going performance monitoring should be undertaken.
I hope the above would help you understand the Life Cycle of Recruitment Process..............
1st July 2007 From India, Mumbai