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Recruiting and Hiring

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Course Description

The Recruiting and Hiring course shows how to create a job specification, and the many methods available for locating the most highly qualified candidates for a position. The course also describes general hiring principles, preliminary screening activities, how to conduct an interview, and the best way to manage the reference checking process. The course also notes how to evaluate candidates, describes the job offer, addresses how to handle counteroffers, and several related topics.

Learning Objectives

Identify the options for not recruiting more employees. Note the steps involved in recruiting for specific people. Recognize the different types of marketing used in recruiting. Recall the methods used to bulk hire employees. Note how the job bidding process works. Identify the advantages and disadvantages of poaching as a recruiting tactic. Recognize the uses to which a job application form can be put. Recall the techniques for extracting information from a resume. Identify the situations in which telephone screening might be used. Note the reasons why interviews are used, and how interviews can be made more efficient. Recognize the circumstances under which a high-pressure interview is a reasonable tactic. Recall the red flags that can arise from the interviewing process. Note the different effects that can skew perceptions in the interviewing process. Identify the contents of an offer letter and employment contract. Chapter 1 Recruiting Identify the options for not recruiting more employees. Note the steps involved in recruiting for specific people. Recognize the different types of marketing used in recruiting. Recall the methods used to bulk hire employees. Note how the job bidding process works. Identify the advantages and disadvantages of poaching as a recruiting tactic. Chapter 2 Hiring Recognize the uses to which a job application form can be put. Recall the techniques for extracting information from a resume. Identify the situations in which telephone screening might be used. Note the reasons why interviews are used, and how interviews can be made more efficient. Recognize the circumstances under which a high-pressure interview is a reasonable tactic. Recall the red flags that can arise from the interviewing process. Note the different effects that can skew perceptions in the interviewing process. Identify the contents of an offer letter and employment contract.

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Learning Format 4.0 Hours
Self-Study / On-Demand

Credit Type(s)
Management Advisory

Knowledge Level
Overview