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simmy2009
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Dear All Enclosed the document titled ' Checklist for Recruitment Process'. Kindly update and share, if any up-dation is required.
From India, Mumbai

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Psdhingra
Legal Analyst, Hrm
Anayaat
Hr & Administration Specialist
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psdhingra
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If you have considered the need for a job (not being an existing job) you seem to have ignored a very important step, i.e., the approval/ sanction of the job by the competent authority or the Board for creation of the job. Naturally, unless a position is formally approved and created. recruitment process cannot start.

From India, Delhi
Anayaat
103

Hi there,
Extremly detailed Recruitment process, I like the way you considered all recruitment options however, do modify one point you have (What are the likely promotion opportunities for this role) into (career development plan) i.e. how long does the employee need to stay in that grade/ role what are the training & development plan for “the position” to move up to the next level taking into consideration skills/ competencies/ academic and technical requirements of “the Position”.
In all Very Useful Document thank you.
Regards

From Oman, Muscat
deeps8283
1

Dear Simmy, Very useful document for all who are involved in recruitment. Keep posting similar works. Best regards, Deepa
From India, Delhi
bigfan610
Good information.
The problem we face these days is of "no-show". We make an offer, wait for 2-3 months and the concerned candidate does not show-up on the decided date. At the very last moment he/she decides to join somewhere else? We have had some cases recently. We spoke to them every week and they agreed and asured us that they would be joining. It is very frustrating and all the blame gets put on the HR!!!
Any suggestions about what can be done? Any committment from the candidate?
Regards,
Rahul

From India, Pune
Anayaat
103

Hi there,
@bigfan601, the solution is very simple, give them deadline if they do not come through within the dead line, the offer expires and they have to go through the process all over again or give the offer to your second best in your list.
Please note, No one ever gives anyone 3 months to accept a written offer made to them.

From Oman, Muscat
Sowmya Pillai
True.. I agree with Anayaat..Now-a-days, candidates give some 3 - 4 interviews once they decide to change their job and wait for the best package and so this happens.. Give a short deadline and tell them clearly that the offer expires if not taken within deadline..
Regards,
Sowmya

From India, Bangalore
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