Streamline in every step
The first step of the recruitment process is about establishing a requirements profile and you review which criteria the candidates must meet to proceed to the next step in the process. Then you identify the meritorious qualities that can facilitate the selection of the right candidates. Based on these criteria, you will hopefully have a candidate base that you can use as a starting point in the continued recruitment process. Feel free to make a short reconciliation with the remaining candidates by phone. Ask if the person is still interested in the job and tell you a little about you as an employer. In that step, a couple of candidates will probably drop out.
Tests, references and rejections
In the next step, it is time to carry out any tests if you have decided to use it in the recruitment process. The candidates who move on after the first round of interviews are usually called to a second interview as they often meet someone else at the company. Then it is important to have notes about the candidate available, otherwise it can be difficult to keep track of the information and keep track of important details about all the candidates.
Finally, it is time to take references on the candidates who are left in the recruitment process. Remember to be thorough and thorough. Another important step in the recruitment process is to convey rejections to those candidates who have not progressed.
In summary, it is important to work in a structured way and to invest in order and order from start to finish. The recruitment process is strategically important to maintain your good reputation as an employer and of course also for everyone involved. It therefore pays to invest in a well-developed structure.