Parts of the Hiring Process

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There are many ways a company can go about recruiting high quality and fully qualified potential employees. One of the most common ways is by going online and looking at resumes posted on such sites such as Monster, CareerBuilder, or The Ladders. But by trying to find potential employees in this way it leaves a lot of problems in the open. Problems such as, what if a potential employee exaggerates on their resume or what if they add qualifications and skill that they don’t have are all problems that can easily be found after an employee is hired. Sure, a resume is a great way to discover potential employees but that process needs to be taken even further. As some companies do I think it is extremely important for a potential employee to not just have one interview with one person but multiple rounds of interviews with different people. This allows others to get a sense of the candidate and allows them to compare that person to the other people also being interviewed. Another very ¬good way of recruiting potential employees is by having job fairs. This allows a ton of potential people to come in and meet face to face, after this a few people that are liked can be brought in for next round. Also, at these job fairs for the people that are found likeable and potential, they could be given a small test to see whether or not they know the job which they are interested in. This allows the candidate to display their skills first hand.

There are 6 parts of the selection process, background information, interviews, paper and pencil tests, physical ability tests, performance tests, and references (Jones-George). Background information, meaning information gathered from job applications and resumes. This information consists of past and present job experience, colleges or other schools attended, or if they have any foreign language skills. The information is usually cross referenced with a background check to further validate accuracy. This part of the selection...
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