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plan and prepare for recruitment

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Task 4 Identify and describe how two different organisations plan and prepare for recruitment and how they use internal and external sources for this. How does a vacancy arise, a vacancy may arise dues to the company or organisation being understaffed, their current employees maybe unhappy at work or may have left for a better job or may have been promoted. It is important for the company to find out why someone has left this can bee done by conducting an exit interview, this will clarify any adjustments that may need to be made within the company to make employees fee more comfortable when working. ...read more.

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Week 3-4 RAF returned Send advert to agency providing al present details Drafts discussed and final version agreed. Week 4-6 Send out responses to people requesting information. Week 6-7 Compile records by resourcing section Forward shortlist to manager Week 7-9 Manager sets date for interview Set up location and panel Complete details on green file and return to resourcing department to issue interview and reference letters Week 9-10 Interview takes place Week 10-22 Employees take up post Planning recruitment at Grundon Stage 1 Employing manager will notify the HR Department by completing a RAF form Attach a job description a draft advert with RAF form Stage 2 Arrange exit interview with present incumbent Possibly modify job description in conjunction with employing manager. ...read more.

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Stage 8 Make staff fully aware of policy and decisions to shortlist Stage9 Try to keep shortlist to no more than 6 people at first stage Stage 10 Prepare to conduct the interviews Stage 11 Write to the shortlisted applicants inviting them to an interview making them aware of the agenda for that day the date, time. Location of the interview and any documents they need to bring to the interview Stage 12 Send copies of applications and CVs to all the people involved in the interview Notify receptionist about the candidates who are expected to attend Stage 13 Identify suitable candidate and offer job Specify key terms including wages and start date ...read more.

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