The screening interview is a preliminary interview that determines if you have the basic qualifications. The structured interviews explore areas that are predetermined by the interviewer that is of need. An unstructured interview is more of a broad interview that does not cover certain areas. Multiples interviews are done with different people throughout the company and are very common. A stress interview happens when a company tries to see how you react under pressure by upsetting you.
Employee background check is one of the HR practice and it is one of the step in recruitment process as said by the Jyothi, Venkatesh and Rao (2007) . Who to do the employee background check and why to do the background check were in the table 1.1. Employee background checks were performed by the employers on the job applicants. These checks are traditionally administered by a government agency for a nominal fee, but can also be administered by other companies. Background checks can be expensive depending on the information requested.
The interview is one of the most important elements in the job search process. When an employer invites you to an interview, he/she is indicating an interest in bringing you on board. The interview gives both of you the opportunity to exchange enough information to determine if you are a good "fit" for each other. Think of an interview as a highly focused professional conversation. You should use the limited amount of time you have to learn about an employer 's needs and discuss the ways you can meet these needs.
In order to get consistent and correct picture through exit interviews, researchers have tried to understand the relationship between quality of information provided by the individuals with their individual characteristics, environment under which information is collected, and characteristics of the person collecting the information. The individuals with positive attitude towards supervisor and positive acceptance of authority are more willing to discuss issues than individuals with negative attitude towards supervisor and authority (Knouse, Beard, Pollard and Giacalone 1996). Equally important is the way the organization analyses the results. An efficient process designed for the exit interview will be helpful for the employee and employer, rather than it being just a mandatory procedure before the employees leave the
Sometimes the individual who has the right skills that a company requires might not be looking for a job. Such an individual could be working for a partner company, comp... ... middle of paper ... ...r employees, since its lacking a team member. (Arthur, 2006). Conclusion And Recommendation As a hiring assistant in the human resources department, • I recommend that the company stick to their own advertising. -Hire their own employees thought job posting, newspapers, and the internet.
Interview Process The selected candidates would be called for the interview process. The interview process would involve the task to find out about the previous experience, and to explain about the working ethos and to know the technical know how about the candidate in the form of a structural interview. The HR will plan and decide on the structured questions to be interviewed for the candidates. The interview will also be about the group dynamic of working as a team and getting referrals from the previous workers about the candidates on the working habits and his conduct and character. The candidates will be asked about why he/she thinks that they are the most appropriate candidates to be selected.
Do fluctuations in the company’s expatriate population make it difficult to maintain appropriate levels of HR staff assigned to get employees overseas, maintain them, and bring them home? (Cook, 1999, p.177) 5. Have you identified the specific expatriate activities you would want to outsource and which ones you might effectively maintain in-house? (Cook, 1999, p.177) 6. Have you discussed the pros and cons of outsourcing these services with other HR professionals or COs who are doing it now in order to get a better understanding of the issues?
Some decisions prove to be vital and any miscalculation that may be involved may prove dire for the individual or the organization. In identifying the criterion to use while evaluating different decisions, many factors pertaining the structure should be considered. The pros and cons of every decision made should be evaluated to ensure that the option chosen has the most positive effect on the individual and the organization. Some of the activities that may require keen decision making include project development, finance and operations. With the knowledge attained it will be easier to cope with tough decisions that may come up in my career.
Conducting a job interview is the most widely used selection tool. It has proved most reliable and the employers rely on it in preference to any other tool. It is a process designed to predict future job performance by candidate's oral responses to oral inquiries. For having a better comprehension of Job interviewing it is proper will to go through the definitions of interview and job interview. An interview as defined is a conversation between two people (the interviewer and the interviewees) where the interviewer put questions to the interviewees to get information from him.
These actions can include proper interview behavior, controlling nervousness or asking intelligent questions. If you have interviewing skills, you will probably receive more job offers than those without them. You are better at convincing interviewers you are the right candidate for the job. The best way to acquire interviewing skills is through practice. Hiring managers must also have interviewing skills so they choose the right candidates for jobs.