Life Cycle of Recruitment Process

Understanding the process of Recruitment

The recruitment process involves various stages which will be practicing ensure successful recruitment without any interruption. This process helps to increase the efficiency of hiring. The recruitment process helps to source the candidates with high skills and the ability to do their work and which also fulfill the requirements of the organization.

Some of the steps to be followed in the process of recruitment are:

  • Identifying the requirements

The first step is to understand the needs and requirements of the organization. Make a note of the detailed information regarding their

  1. Job vacancy
  2. Salary packages
  3. Job description
  4. Qualification and work experience of the candidate.
  • Sourcing
    Sourcing is the process of identifying the right candidate through resume search. Creating a database for candidates and picking the right person for the target position. Check the profile to whether it is matching with the requirements provided by the organization. Try to build a relationship with the candidates and follow up with them.
  • Vetting the candidate
    This process involves thoroughly evaluating the background and verifying information about the candidate. It is very much important to vet the candidate before hiring.
  • Coordinating with client and candidate
    Once the client shows interest in the candidate introduces them to the clients. Consult with the client arrange a convenient time for an interview. Make sure that the candidate is also ready at that time.
  • Negotiate and Submit
    It involves exchanging their views about the job discuss on various factors regarding packages, contract agreements, etc. This step ends up with resolving the issues.
  • Selection and Documentation
    The selection process is known as choosing the right candidate for the right job. After the selection process is done the next step to do paperwork which involves issuing an offer letter, call letter, relieving letter from a previous company, etc., all should be submitted.
  • Onboarding
    The objective of onboarding is to help the new hire feel comfortable in the workplace. Also, the new hire becomes a productive team member of the organization and makes sure it also enhances employee retention rate.