- The recruitment process starts by identifying the
organization’s needs, follows by talent sourcing and talent selection before finally arriving at
offering and onboarding.
- The keys to successful recruitment are preparedness and
- The recruitment process needs to be planned and done
thoughtfully and carefully to get the most fitted talents.
out to fill in a certain position in the organization, recruitment is more than just posting a job
vacancy ad on social media. Then where does the recruitment process start and where does it end? The
recruitment process starts by identifying the organization’s needs—which role or function they need
to fill to widen or strengthen their expertise. Only by finding out its real needs, does the job
posting can be put up on ads. With the help of employer branding strategy, we can optimize the
talent sourcing period and lead us to get the right candidates. Afterward, there is talent selection
that can be in different forms depending on the company’s needs, but in general, it can be in the
form of assessments, a Leaderless Group Discussion, and interviews. And the most exciting part is
finally here, offering and onboarding—there is truly nothing more exciting than saying ‘You’re
hired!’ to capable candidates who embody the company’s values.
of the recruitment process that has been stated above needs to be executed properly and carefully.
The two most important keys to successful recruitment are open-mindedness and preparedness. People
are full of subjectivity and assumptions, but as a recruiter, one needs to relinquish the stigma and
stereotypes to evaluate candidates more objectively. The recruitment process also requires proper
preparation as every step depends on its predecessor. For example, only by identifying the
organization’s needs correctly, an accurate employer branding strategy will be created and
implemented in the next step.
your footing in the right place in every step you take will lead you to your goals. Getting the
right talents is, of course, the very purpose of the recruitment process. Just like what has always
been said, an organization is defined by its people. An individual can affect the whole
organization, if the right one can enable a big positive impact on the organization, then the wrong
one will serve an adverse effect that may stray the organization from its original course to achieve
its initial goals. Therefore, recruitment needs to be planned and done thoughtfully and carefully to
achieve its purpose without wasting too many sources.