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Hi Can any one send me the PPT of Screening Process and other recruitment process.
From India, Hyderabad

When reviewing a resume, use the resume as a guideline of possible skills, not gospel. In deciding who to interview and when to pass, check the resume for stated skills and match that skill set with the skill set displayed in a review of the sites the applicant coded. An understated resume that shows matching skills should be considered as much, if not more, than an overstated resume that shows those same skills. Don’t think a woman is less qualified than a man simply because her resume is modest because his may in fact be exaggerated.

The question has to be, "does the person has experiences and skills what you are looking for. In reviewing an applicants portfolio there are certain indicators that display whether or not the applicant knows what they are talking about.

Steps in Resume Review

Read the customized cover letter. Look especially for a flawless presentation, correct spelling and grammar, and the applicant’s attention to detail. What – there is no cover letter? This is the downside of electronic resume spamming. Receiving countless, usually unqualified, applicant resumes, occurs following every job posting. The tip off? Usually, unqualified applicants fail to write a cover letter. Choose, or choose not, to continue your resume review at this point.

Scan the resume to obtain an overall impression of the applicant. Look especially for a flawless presentation, correct spelling and grammar, and their attention to detail. Paper resumes must pass the “feel” test.

In the first skim, look for the easy-to-find qualifications. (As an example, if you are requiring a college degree, does the applicant have one?) If not, reject the resume or place it in your “maybe” meets qualifications pile or electronic folder.

Read the description of what the candidate says they are looking for in their next job. Is the statement customized to your job or does it describe any job in the world? As an example, I generally reject resumes that make statements such as, “I seek a challenging opportunity to utilize my skills with a progressive employer who will provide opportunities for growth." Honestly, you’ve got to do better than to offer this type of generality to pass the resume screen.

Look for a summary statement of qualifications and experience. If the candidate has taken the time and customized their summary for your job, this enables you to quickly find the characteristics you seek from your role profile. These resumes quickly hit the “further review” pile. Applicants also need to recognize that more and more larger organizations are scanning resumes into data bases. When a job becomes available, resumes are scanned for relevant keywords. Make the keywords easy to find.

Review the most recent employers and the applicant’s stated experience, accomplishments, and contributions. At this point, you must have found significant cross-over between the applicant’s resume and your requirements. Place the resume in your “to be reviewed further” folder unless you have encountered problems. Red flags at this point in your resume review, that are unexplained on the resume or in the cover letter, include:

--employment gaps,

--evidence of decreasing responsibility,

-- evidence of a career that has reached a plateau or gone backwards,

--short term employment at several jobs, and

--multiple shifts in career path.



From Saudi Arabia, Riyadh
Hi Check this Attached document, it will help you for your requirement. regards Pandu.K
From India, Hyderabad

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