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Transcript of RECRUITING
Recruiting is about attracting candidates to your organization
Determine Internal or External
Job postings, bulletins, openings, etc.
Former employees & former interns
Walk ins, advertising, referrals
Selection ratio = number of positions to be filled/
number of applicants
Failure rate: Percent of applicants will be incompetent or leave
Rarity of Skills
Top 10 Recruiting Activities
Screening is the first step of the selection process
Screening Interviews & Tests
Screening the Internet
Trained recruiting team
Efficient recruiting process
Align to corporate strategy
Resume tells the company what the candidate wants to say
Interview allows company to ask what they want to know
Easy to read
No One size fits all
When screening applications look for:
inconsistencies with resume
Brief phone interviews
Brief online or written tests
Includes checking social networking sites:
4 openings, 50 applicants
ratio= 4/50= 0.08
4 openings, 4 applicants
Ratio= 4/4= 1 (or 1-to-1)
If both Firms have a 50% Failure Rate
: 0.08 x 0.50= 4%
: 1 x 0.50= 50%
Illegal Screening Question
Do you own or rent your home?
High school graduation date?
Are you a US citizen?
What is your mother language?
How did you learn Spanish?
Do you live with your parents?
Have you ever been arrested?
List all associations or clubs to which you belong.
Ask about disabilities, severity, or the nature of?