Before hiring people for a position, a company goes through a step-by-step hiring process. The recruitment process has three key phases, including planning, recruitment, and employee selection. HRSS360 is a highly efficient recruitment management system, enabling all hiring managers in your organization to easily recruit and fulfill vacant positions. The recruitment software allows complete automation of your recruitment and hiring process at every stage – from planning to screening and selection to offer acceptance and onboarding of a new employee.
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Recruitment refers to the process of identifying, attracting, interviewing, selecting, hiring and onboarding employees. It involves everything from the identification of a staffing need to filling it. The hiring process involves posting job ads to multiple job boards to screening hundreds of resumes to preparing and sending job offers. Managing and tracking the whole process via email and spreadsheets is time-consuming and makes record-keeping or reporting difficult.
Recruitment software helps organizations hire qualified people in an efficient way. A well planned hiring software puts all the essential hiring tools on one dashboard for ease of use and efficiency. The recruitment software simplifies the job application process, makes for more informative careers pages and streamlines communication between candidates and the company.
Here is how an HR handles the recruitment and hiring process.
Identification of a position
The hiring process begins by identifying a need within the organization. This need could vary from filling a vacated position, better managing a team’s workload, or expanding the reach of organizational tasks.
Write a job description
The HR starts by generating a job description that includes a prioritized list of job requirements, special qualifications, desired characteristics, and requisite experience.
Advertise the Position
Advertise the opening through the company’s website and social media platforms and job posting sites like LinkedIn, industry publications, and local newspaper advertisements.
The HR reviews the applications and eliminates any candidate who does not meet the minimum requirements for the position.
Depending on the size of the organization and hiring committee, one or several interviews are scheduled for the screened and selected candidates.
Shortlist the selected candidates.
Once a top candidate is identified, the organization should extend an initial offer.
After negotiations, once the candidate accepts the job offer they are hired.
Hiring a new employee does not conclude the hiring process. Onboarding your new worker in a professional way will help integrate them in a manner that lays the groundwork for a long-term productive relationship between them and your company.