Manpower Planning & Recruitment Cycle

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Q. 1)
Job Descriptions:
Looking after the existing accounts of the company, obtaining orders from clients and establishing new clients by planning and organizing.
Adjusting the contents of presentations as per the requirements of the clients.
Focusing sales efforts on existing and potential clients.
Submission of orders to the respective departments to process the orders.
Preparations of Activity and results reports, such as daily call reports, weekly , monthly and annual plans and submitting the same to the management.
Monitoring competition by gathering information on competitor’s products. Recommending changes in products, service, and policy by evaluating competitive advantages.
Resolving customer complaints by investigating problems and by developing solutions.
Gain thorough knowledge about the product by becoming part of professional societies.
Maintaining historical data of existing as well as previous clients.
Contribute towards organizational goals by making extreme efforts.

Q. 2)
Plan and activities for recruitment:
Posting of Job advertisement on internet and newspapers, posting on company website and through internal job postings.
Describe the company and its brand image enjoyed in the market in Job advertisement.
Hiring a recruitment consultancy to look after the requirement.
Highlighting the capabilities required for the position of sales team member.
Developing a system to for filtering initial applications.
Screening of resumes and eliminate those who do not fit the requirement criteria.

Q. 3)
Selection Process:
There will be aptitude test for the desired position and it will be first round of interview.
The second round of interview will be face to face interview it will check the capabilities of the applicant.
The third round of interview will be HR discussions regarding notice period, pay package, etc.
After the three rounds of interview proper assessment has to done on selecting the right candidate.
After

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