Explain whether the employment process will be the same for each employment type
The Hiring Process
In week two, you figured out what positions needed filling and the job descriptions for each, and how much to pay. You have received 10 applicants for each of the three jobs that need to be filled. Now you need to determine your interview and hiring process.
Analyze the process you will use from the time you have received the applications to the time you make a hiring decision (you need to conceive of at least four steps in the hiring process). Explain each of these steps including who will be responsible for each step and why.
Explain whether the employment process will be the same for each employment type. Why or why not?
Write ten interview questions for each of the three positions. Remember to make sure these questions are open-ended and that at least 6 questions are unique to each of the three jobs. Open-ended questions are those that require more than a “yes” or “no” response.
As the applications letters and CVs come in the hiring staff led by the human resource manager will review them alongside the cover letters based on the criteria established during the planning stage. Accordingly, those who pass the preliminary tests will be informed of the subsequent screening interview while those………………………