This course will go over the correct process on how to invite key stakeholders and rank the most important qualities, experiences, education, and characteristics that a successful candidate should have. Now you can use that ranking—along with the job description—to screen résumés as you start to evaluate applicants.
Why “Recruiting: Evaluation (Multimedia)” Matters:
- You should always be sure that the steps you are about to take comply with federal and local laws.
- Learning to compare applications and résumés to the list of qualities, experiences, education, and characteristics identified for the position.
- Learning to conduct structured interviews that use a variety of questions, most commonly behavior-based and situational. These questions capture job knowledge, organizational fit, interpersonal skills, and applied knowledge.
- Knowing how to carefully craft questions that can help you screen candidates and improve the odds of selecting the person most likely to succeed in the job.
- Before you begin, make sure the steps you are about to take comply with all relevant laws.
- Screen and sort résumés and be sure they align with the hiring need.
- Identify the best candidates to evaluate.
- Use a variety of assessment methods, including the interview.
- Follow company policies at all times.