Greenwich Management College Issue Date: 12 December 2015 Page 51 of 78 many applications from candidates who meet both essential and desirable criteria and you cannot afford to interview everyone personally. Telephone screening may involve the following: Asking some informal interview questions Seeking clarification about some points in the candidate’s application or Resume Advise the applicant about some aspects of the job and ask if they are still interested Short-listing Short listing is a filtering process that provides you with a list of suitable candidates that will move to the next stage of the recruitment process, which is normally a face-to-face interview. Decisions at this stage must be solely made based on the job criteria, and objective person specifications, such as qualifications and previous experience. Applicant documentation should be divided up into categories of those that fit the essential and desirable job criteria, those who do not fit the criteria at all and those that fit only the essential criteria. Applicants that do not meet the criteria are excluded from the process and should be informed immediately. Shortlist procedure 1. Read advertisement. 2. Design table to assess qualifications and key selection criteria (KSC). YES MAYBE NO
ABN -31 114 584 940 RTO Provider 91153 CRICOS Code: 02672K Level 2,396 Pitt Street, Sydney NSW 2000 Australia Tel: +61 2 9264 2223 Email: [email protected] Web: BSBHRM506 - Manage recruitment, selection and induction Greenwich Management College Issue Date: 12 December 2015 Page 52 of 78 3. Read all applications and complete the table. 4. Assign yes, no, and maybe piles. 5. Revise and finalise piles Selection technique Selection techniques generally include: Testing (including demonstration) Interview Demonstration Presentation Testing Testing may be conducted by the organisation to determine physical capability, aptitude and skills or psychological potential and capability. Tests are generally conducted by external specialist (medical specialist, psychotherapist etc.) as most organisations do not have the capacities or the personnel required to conduct them. Test Capabilities assessed Medical Current health status Physical capabilities Aptitude and skills Numerical ability Computer skills Mechanical competency Verbal reasoning Spatial skills Psychological potential Personality test Those applicants who meet both essential and desirable criteria Those applicant who only meet the essential criteria Those applicant who do not meet the essential criteria
ABN -31 114 584 940 RTO Provider 91153 CRICOS Code: 02672K Level 2,396 Pitt Street, Sydney NSW 2000 Australia Tel: +61 2 9264 2223 Email: [email protected] Web: BSBHRM506 - Manage recruitment, selection and induction Greenwich Management College Issue Date: 12 December 2015 Page 53 of 78 Intelligence Not all organisations conduct tests, as they can be costly and time consuming and not suited for all selection requirements.
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