Hiring Strategies Training
Why Study Hiring Strategies Training?
A hiring strategy is a company’s innovative way of selecting candidates on the basis of their skills and contribution to the company.
This unit standard is for people who are giving an induction of health and safety principles to new employees, and for those people who are accredited with this standard, Occupational Safety and Heath in the workplace issues are explained. Employees and employers are both described with regard to Occupational Safety and Heath in the workplace. Persons entering the workplace and performing any duties therein are subject to requirements for Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), housekeeping, and emergency procedures.
A Qualifying Learner Will Be Able To:
- Gather, organise, record and manage information.
- Engage in active communication techniques.
- Apply organisational policies and practices
- Plan timing; resource allocation; contingencies; methods for recruitment, verification of information, selection, and nature and medium of communication and feedback.
- Recruit applicants.
- Conduct recruitment in accordance with the plan to elicit the desired response from the target market.
- Respond in accordance to planned control procedures.
- The initial screening determines if applicants meet the critical job specifications and requirements to expedite the departure of unsuitable applicants.
- Implement corrective action following the evaluation of the initial recruitment plan.
- List of potential candidates.
- Manage applicant database according to legislation and organisational requirements.
- Deal with unplanned events in accordance with the circumstances and contingency plans are initiated.
- Plan and prepare for recruitment and selection.
- Obtain relevant and complete information.
- Include information such as job description, job specification, job profile, or job order.
- Select procedures designed to be appropriate.
- Identify organisational requirements including policies regarding internal and external applicants.
- Select a validated procedure.
- Identify resources, methods, budgets to be prepared and managed.
- Recruit methods can such as printed or electronic media, networking or executive search.
- Select criteria and control procedures developed in line with organisational and legal requirements.
- Develop a plan that ensures effective and efficient recruitment and selection.