Setting Up a Successful Recruitment Process

The recruitment process can be daunting. There are so many stages and it can be difficult to keep track of everything. In this blog post, we will give you a step-by-step guide on how to set up a successful recruitment process.

1) Get in touch with candidates before meeting them in person.
The first step is to get in touch with the candidate and introduce yourself. This can be done through email, phone, or even social media. Let them know who you are and why you are interested in meeting them.

2) Find time slots that work for everyone involved.
The next step is to find a time that works for both you and the candidate. It is important to make sure that the time slot is suitable for both parties so that the meeting can be productive.

3) Book in a time.
Once you have found a suitable time, you need to book it in. This can be done through email, phone, or online booking systems such as Calendly or Google Calendar.

4) Have access to the online meeting.
The last step is to make sure that you have access to the online meeting platform. This could be Zoom, Google Meets, or Skype. Make sure that you have the correct link and that everything is set up before the meeting starts.

5) Use a competency assessment to ensure you are choosing the right candidate to meet in person or send them straight to the job. This can remotely verify their skillset, knowledge base and psychometric attributes that determine which roles they are best suited to.

Following these steps will help ensure that your recruitment process is successful. By getting in touch with candidates before meeting them, you can establish a rapport and get an idea of their suitability for the role. Finding a time slot that works for everyone involved is important so that the meeting can be productive. Using a competency assessment to understand the candidates fit for the role. And finally, having access to the online meeting platform ensures that the meeting runs smoothly.

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