Recruitment Life cycle:
- On boarding
Preparing: First of all before going to start any task we should have a prior preparation pattern so, likewise in recruitment as well
- Every recruiter must have a clear understanding of job roles and responsibilities which is provided by respective client(Direct client)/implementation partner
- Recruiter should have an idea about the client profile/domain.
Sourcing: Yeah !! This comes the first and foremost a recruiter will have direct encounter with the job roles and his skills of sourcing .Sourcing is defined as getting/grabbing/finding/fetching resumes with respective to the job roles.
Popular Job portals:
- Career builder
- Tech Fetch
Screening: As the name itself reveals that a recruiter should screen the candidate’s level of expertise in their respective feild , his/her work authorization status/ willing to relocate / Are they looking for relocate etc.., many factors
Selecting: If all the above steps goes well then the recruiter is supposed to submit the candidate’s resume to his account manager/Team lead or higher authorities ..then they will share the resume with the client , if everything is on good path i.e (interviews, BGC ) client will hire him.
Hiring: Right after the Selecting process here comes the hiring which is mainly depends on negotiation and job offer.
As soon as the client finds his/her best fit for the role they should convey the message by call or by sending the offer letter that they are going to hire him if not there is a chance of backing off the offer by the candidate.
On boarding: As this is the last step of the recruitment cycle but it’s most important one of all above because there might be chances even after the client offer the best salary/pay rates along with the benefits candidates might not be interested to take the offer because of their personal issues/sudden plans etc.., so every step of the recruitment lifecycle let us most crucial one.
Will try to cover up the following topics in the coming posts :
- Boolean strings
- Call etiquette
- Email etiquette
- Tips and tricks in recruiting
- Types of sourcing techniques
- Sourcing tools