Your employees are a vital part of the success of your business. Finding the best employees for each position requires strong recruitment strategies. Top talent will not always find you. You must seek out people to fill the positions that you have open. Recruiting the most qualified candidates will ensure that your employees keep your company running smoothly.

 

Course Outline


INTRODUCTION
Course Objectives


MODULE 1
Introduction to Recruitment
What is Recruitment?
Challenges and Trends
Sourcing Candidates
Requirements
Knowledge Check


MODULE 2
The Selection Process
Job Analysis and Descriptions
The Approach
The Recruitment Interview
Testing
Knowledge Check


MODULE 3
Setting Goals
Using the G.R.O.W. Model
Identifying Goal Areas
Setting SMART Goals
Using a Productivity Journal
Knowledge Check


MODULE 4
The Interview
Phone Interviews
Traditional Interviews
Situational Interviews
Stress Interviews
Knowledge Check


MODULE 5
Types of Interview Questions
Direct Questions
Non-Direct Questions
Hypothetical or Situational Questions
Behavioral Descriptive Questions
Knowledge Check


MODULE 6
Avoiding Bias in Your Selection
Expectancy Effect
Primacy Effect
Obtaining Bias Information
Stereotyping
Knowledge Check


MODULE 7
The Background Check
Preparation
Data Collection
Illegal Questions
Being Thorough Without Being Pushy
Knowledge Check


MODULE 8
Making Your Offer
Outlining the Offer
Negotiation Techniques
Dealing with Difficult Issues
Sealing the Deal
Knowledge Check


MODULE 9
Orientation and Retention
Getting on the Right Track
Your Orientation Program
The Checklist
Following Up
Knowledge Check


MODULE 10
Measuring the Results
Cost Breakdown
Employee Quality
Recruiter Effectiveness
Fine Tuning
Knowledge Check


ASSESSMENT
Post-Test

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