PROBLEMS IN RECRUITMETN - CiteHR
Binubabu
Hr Professional

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HI EVERY BODY.... I AM DOING A PROJECT ON RECRUITMENT PROCESS ANALYSIS. I WOULD LIKE TO KNOW WHAT ARE THE DIFFICULTIES IN RECRUITMENT. IF YOU COULD TEEL ME FRIENDS.
Hi,
i think understanding of the job profile is a critical part in Recruitment.
You must 1st understand what kind of a work profile is, and what qualities are expected from good candidates.
You also need to take care of fake profiles.

Shiva,

Below are the list of questions that may be helpful to you:

How did the work force get to be the current size?

What are some of your organization’s future needs for personnel?

What are the procedures for hiring in your organization?

What recruitment sources are used? (e.g., advertisements, referrals from other agencies, personal contacts)

Are current employees given appropriate consideration for promotion or lateral position changes?

Who does the preliminary screening of candidates?

Who selects candidates for interviews?

Is training provided for those who conduct interviews?

How is the recruitment, screening, and selection process documented?

What is the interview process that is used (e.g., individual, sequential, panel)?

Who holds final authority to hire?

Who checks references?

How are the reference checks documented?

Who makes the offer of employment?

Where is the hiring paperwork generated?

Who negotiates compensation packages?

List the practices you believe are unique to your organization.

What is the turnover rate (percent of employees leaving each year) in your organization?

Has this changed over time?

Who gives references for former employees?

and to know more about recruitment problems, just click here:

https://www.citehr.com/search_new.ph...lems&submit=Go

Regards

Binu

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