(the process of finding people to work for a company or become a new member of an organization)
A Coggle Diagram about Qualities companies look for
, CV and cover letter recommendations
, HR department
- HR directors act as facilitators for other departments( recruitment, administer payment systems with accounts, present at performance appraisal reviews, providing training, complaints and disputes procedures, break the news when people are dismissed).
, 2.Introducing more "scientific" selection procedures: psychometric tests.
, 3.Implementing policies of empowerment.
, 4.Employee training, coaching, mentoring.
, 5.Actions to eliminate racial, sexual discrimination in hiring and promotion and to fight harassment in the workplace, managing diversity.
and 6.Their services may also be required when organisations downsize and delayer, arranging severance packages for employees who are made redundant, offering outplacement services.
), Preparation before a job interview
and Job Ads
(1.What UK job seekers an essential piece of information – what the post pays(salary) – is absent from French and German adverts.
, 2.British advertisements pay attention to material incentives, rewards. French and German adverts are vague about material rewards.
, 3.French and German adverts are precise about qualifications.In the UK qualifications beyond degree level make employers nervous.
, 4.British advertisements stress energy, ability to communicate and motivate. German advertisements like achievement,sound knowledge, experience and competence in their field. French advertisements refer more to intellectual qualities like analytical aptitude and independence.
, 5.British advertisements are very racy.Whereas French and German advertisements are boringly direct.
and 6.Conceptions of management: the French regard it as intellectually complex, the Germans as technically complex, the British as interpersonally complex.