Recruitment 1: Identifying the Hiring Needs
About the course
Identifying an organisation's needs is the starting point of the recruitment process. By recognising what the organisation wants, the Human Resources team has the capability of designing the appropriate plan for recruiting the most suitable candidates. Job analysis is a crucial factor that can provide the HR team with the desired information about the open vacancy and the type of skills it requires, so that the recruitment process can be designed and executed effectively. In this module we will focus on identifying an organisation's hiring needs.
Contents - Topics
Introduction: An Introduction to the Recruitment and Selection Processes
Recruiting is the process of finding, attracting and selecting a new employee to fill a job opening in an organisation. A well-planned and thoughtfully crafted recruitment process helps the hiring team filter the right candidates faster, while staying focused on engaging the eligible candidates for maximum conversions.
Lesson 1: Identifying Your Organisation's Hiring Needs
A recruitment process should start with identifying the vacancies that exist followed by analysing the job specifications including the knowledge, skills and experience needed for the role. Full knowledge of factors that influence the process along with a strong hiring team that can implement efficient methods can be crucial for a successful recruitment process.
Lesson 2: The Uses of A Job Analysis
Job analysis has mostly a variety of uses in the selection process from attracting candidates, evaluating and selecting the right ones to finally assigning them their new tasks
Lesson 3: Job Analysis Methods
A job analysis can be conducted either by subjective or rational/statistical methods, while the employees can be used as a source of information. Nowadays, job analysis systems can generally be divided into job-oriented, worker-oriented and attribute-oriented techniques.
Lesson 4: Using A Job Analysis to Identify Hiring Needs – PAQ
PAQ is probably the most widely used job analysis technique. Completed by a trained job analyst who collects information from workers and supervisors, PAQ is used in order to identify particular sets of attributes for each job as well as job content.
Upon successful completion of this course, you will be able to:
Describe methods for identifying your organisation’s hiring needs.
Acknowledge the importance of a job analysis.
Identify the components of a job analysis and important techniques.
Describe the PAQ job analysis technique and its implementation.
This course is addressed to
Talent Recruiters and Trainers
HR Departments' Employees