The Process Of Recruiting Employees

3410 Words Jun 22nd, 2015 14 Pages
Introduction
This research paper will discuss the process of recruiting employees, interviewing them, and onboarding them in a way that inspires longevity. There are standard methods in the human resource process of bringing new employees into an organization which meet compliance, legal, and safety requirements. The strategies presented in this research paper compliment the standard methods, yet focus on a different set of goals:
• Loyalty—inspiring employees to be champions for the success of the organization
• Perseverance/retention—saving on future recruitment costs and keeping proprietary information safe
• Productivity—finding talent that is passionate about the work they are doing
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Currently, sales are handled only by an inside sales team comprised of an administrative staff in the marketing department. In order to become a major sales organization of high quality custom gear products, Gizmos, Inc. needs an outside sales force who must have a keen understanding of, and industry knowledge in, technology, design, and application. Ideal candidates will have a successful track record in selling to the aircraft, medical, aerospace, defense, energy, marine, or automotive industries, and be capable of strong relationship building. Gizmos, Inc. has talented team members in their research, design, and marketing departments that are responsible for the company occupying the number two spot in the custom gear industry. In order to complement these already successful teams, Gizmos, Inc. plans to spend 10% of its annual budget to recruit, select, and onboard the new sales force. The first hire will be the Sales Executive, who will report to the CEO, the next hires will be the Business Development Managers, and finally the Account Executives and their support staff.
Phase one is the communication plan. The first step in the recruitment strategy is to communicate the corporate culture of Gizmos, Inc., and differentiate the company from its competitors. The communication pieces will be created with the guidance of the executive team, and will have input from the Marketing Director, however, an outside firm will be responsible for the
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