Stages of candidate selection. Stage 1: Needs analysis.
What are the functions that the new employee will perform?
What skills are required? What will their responsibilities be and what
will they generate? Stage 2: recruitment.
Internal recruitment: promotion of employees External recruitment: external candidate.
Formal sources: Databases, employment offices, placement agencies, etc. Informal sources:
Friends, former employees, contact network Stage 3: pre-selection.
Examine and split into Short-listed CVs; CVs that do not meet all the characteristics but
that are not discarded completely; Unselected CVs Stage 4: selection tests.
Selection interview; Psychometric tests; Skills and knowledge testing Stage 5: test report and reference check.
You should: – Write up the findings from the test right
after its conclusion. – Clarity and conciseness.
– Think about the characteristics of each candidate.
– Check references. Stage 6: final interview. The Head of Human
resources or the manager of the department where the candidate will be incorporated approves