The Process of Hiring and Maintaining an Executive Assistant Essay

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In the past several weeks the Home Company has gone through a large turnover in employees and the company is looking to write new policies and get the company on the right track. The Home Company President has requested that we hire an Executive Assistant for him. This is a new position and it is very important that we understand his expectations of this position so we are able to hire the right person for this job. After determining the core job functions of the Executive Assistant it is important to be specific on the essential functions of this position. The job description will be submitted on the internal website, many job websites, it will be posted on all bulletin boards within the Company and in the newspaper. The goal…show more content…
Other combinations of education and experience which could provide these knowledge, skills, abilities, and competencies, may be evaluated on an individual basis. Now that the job has been posted, the closing date has come and gone it is now our job to screen the resumes and applications, then make the selections of the top applicants that will be interviewed. First the resumes and applications will be read to make sure there are no errors and that the applicants meet the criteria of the position requirements. Once that process is done, it will be determined who the top 8-10 applicants will be. There will be supplemental questions mailed out to those 8-10 applicants and they will have 7 days to answer the questions and return them. Once the supplemental questions are received, those will be read and the top five will be selected for the final interview. Those five will be contacted by phone and an interview date and time will be set up, those who did not make the cut will receive a registered letter in the mail. The interview will be 30 minutes, with a 15 minute presentation on how the Executive Assistant’s position thinks there job will be laid out and what the expectations of the employee will have of the position, their direct supervisor and the company. Once the presentation is complete the interview board will then ask the applicants ten questions. These questions
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