Recruitment Process

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1. The recruitment and selection process Vacancy arise  Job analysis  Job description  Person specification Job advertisement  Application form, scanning and shortlisting  Interviews, testing and selecting  Vacancy filled 1.1. Vacancy arises Firstly, the company needs to be aware of what position is lacking employee and how many people do they need. They also need to know what kind of skills and tasks that the future employee(s) need to do. This leads to the next stage: Job analysis. 1.2. Job analysis Job analysis is a “detailed examination of the tasks (performance elements) that make up a job (employee role)” (BusinessDictionary.com, n.d.) It shows what the employees are expected to do. The job analysis itself…show more content…
Job description A job description is “a broad, general, and written statement of a specific job, based on the findings of a job analysis. It generally includes duties, purpose, responsibilities…” and “Job description usually forms the basis of job specification.” (BusinessDictionary.com, n.d.) 1.2. Person specification This is the second part of the job analysis; it is used to find the perfect candidate for the position. A job analysis includes the skills, knowledge and qualifications of the employee. Specific qualifications and the number of experience are one of the critical requirements that the employer will look at when recruiting a candidate Job Title: Assistant Administration Manager Department: Administration Reports to: Administration Manager Job Purpose/ Summary: Assist the manager provide support for the performance of administrative functions and duties. Maintain and organize records (e.g. department records, budget data…) Administrative Assistant Job Duties: * Developing reporting procedures. * Resolves administrative problems by coordinating preparation of reports, analyzing data, and identifying solutions. * Make phone calls for repairs; maintaining equipment inventories; evaluating new equipment. * Provides information by answering questions and requests. *
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