What is the recruitment process?
The recruitment process is often expensive and organisations cannot sustain a high turnover. Finding the right candidate for a position is daunting and time consuming. Here’s how we ensure you get the right employees for your business.
- Finding and Identifying – By utilising our large database, adept research skills and industry contacts we attract and identify potential hires fitting your business’ needs. At The Manpower Company we’ve found adopting a holistic approach to the identification process is the best method to recognise great talent for your organisation.
- Interviewing and selecting – Curating the list of candidates is the next step to filling your employee deficit. Focusing on industry specific culture, requirements and technical knowledge we interview, conduct reference checks and shortlist the list of potential hires on your behalf.
- Presentation and decision – The last step in the process is presenting you with our final selection of candidates for hire. You conduct the final interview and decide on the successful applicant based on their compatibility with your requirements. Negotiations ensue and paper work is finalised. Time to celebrate.
Our agility and experience allows us to recruit across industries and cover you business’ full range of needs.
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Resources to help with your recruitment Journey:
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Tips for effective recruitment
Effective recruitment generally requires skill, well planned procedures and extensive research to produce high quality hires.
- Reach out to your network: Internal recruitment and network referrals are an inexpensive method for finding great candidates. When recruiting internally, candidates are already familiar with the corporate culture and goals of your organisation. Given their success in their old position, is it reasonable to think they’d fail in their new one? Employee referrals are also an underrated source of potential hires. Once again, your employees are familiar with your organisation and likely evaluated their referees against your standards.
- Let the results speak for themselves: Ideally look for candidates who’ve performed in a similar environment and role. Past success is a great indication of future success.
- Prioritise candidate experience: When advertising and interviewing for an open positions, observe basic etiquette. Take the listing down in good time if you’ve found someone, be timely when conducting interviews and try to give the candidates constructive feedback when rejecting them.
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