Stinabelle Paulson
I am currently pursuing my Masters in HR and Psychology at Christ University. During my internship at one of the reputed firms in Bangalore, the organization had stated that one of their biggest organizational concerns was there was always a conflict and a massive delay in the recruitment process because the various HR departments involved took too long to approve the offer letter and finalise the respective packages for the selected candidates, which eventually led to conflicts in the organisation. Please suggest ways to tackle this issue.
From India, Bengaluru
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Shilpi Chakraborty
Manager - Ta
Recruitment Manager
Stinabelle Paulson
Pursuing Masters In Hr And Psychology
Alisha Miranda
Hr Consultant
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Alisha Miranda
Hi Stinabelle, what your organization is facing is a problem that is being faced by other organizations too.The organization most probably possesses a rigid and inflexible structure with heirarchy. Therefore, various HR processes can be enforced only after approval from all the departments is received. In order to facilitate easy flow of processes, lesser and more important departments should only be involved in the decision making process.
From India, Bengaluru

One of the factors responsible for the delay may be lack of coordination between the operational heads and Hiring Managers.There might not be proper conversations that should happen between the line mangers and the hiring managers in understanding the job profile and skill needs resulting in conflicts between them with line managers telling hiring managers that we asked for apples, you gave us oranges, necessitating the review of compensation and benefits etc.The senior leadership shall step in and set the right tone for recruitment.

From India, Mumbai

Inform the candidates about the delay in the initial recruitment process it self, that the offer release can take time.
Identify the pain points in the process and communicate everybody on how this affects their job.

From India, Bengaluru
Shilpi Chakraborty

Hi, if the conflicts has different reasons for all the time better to make your recruitment side safe communicate the candidate about the delay in a positive way BUT if u feel that conflict and delay has the consistent reason...please set up a meeting with the operational team with the help of your manager and try to make the process organized. Since you have mentioned in your post "reputed Org." it should have processed to be followed. Only an organized way of process can help here..where for approvals and pending part they should also have a dead line to do it (Managers), if they are not doing it in a given frame of time there will be an escalation which will go to the senior managers.
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Vietnam Manpower

Maybe there is no voluntarily cooperate relationship among the various HR departments. It is critical to optimize the trade-off between hiring time and quality of hire. As found in the analysis of over 300,000 interview reviews on Glassdoor, the job interview process averagely takes 23 days. Your company needs to know how to optimize recruiting time and improve hiring quality as refer to in this article: How to Optimize Time to Hire without Sacrificing Quality of Hire
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I agreed with point #4. If an HR informed earlier that the process would take time there would be chances of low conflicts.
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