RECRUITMENT: PROCESS AND ONBOARDING

RECRUITMENT: PROCESS AND ONBOARDING

LEARN THE STEPS OF A SUCCESSFUL RECRUITMENT PROCESS AND ONBOARDING

THE OBJECTIVE

In this 1-day course you will learn how to identify and uncover your candidates’ characteristics and qualities, ensure a good job match using the PI assessment tools, and understand the do’s and don’t’s when it comes to structuring interview questions and phases.

There are many facets to interviewing candidates. You have to be a good facilitator of the dialogue, make the candidate feel comfortable, leave a good impression, and give an accurate portrait of the organisation and the open position – and at the same time identify any potential mismatches between the candidate and the job / organization that may be a barrier to success. 

You need to make your organisation appealing to the candidates who are in demand, while being transparent about the negative aspects of the job. Recruitment is filled with paradoxes and pitfalls, and your time with the candidate is often short and under time-pressure.

In PI you have a tools with enormous potential and an obvious platform for organising your recruitment process. In this course we will zoom in on the qualities of the tools in relation to getting the maximum benefits from your dialogue with the candidate.

TARGET AUDIENCE

This course is relevant to anyone working with recruitment, e.g. company owners, leaders, HR professionals and anyone responsible for development. Prior knowledge of PI is a prerequisite. 

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LEARN ABOUT

  • A basic understanding of recruitment
  • Inspiration for what your recruitment process could look like and what the minimum requirements are
  • An understanding of the planned process steps and what happens when the plan faces reality
  • Inspiration for how to balance quality and speed in the hiring process
  • Rules of thumb, good principles, do’s and don’t’s
  • Insights into how you can use PI profiles to ensure your new hires get off to a good start (onboarding)
  • Knowledge about the reports in PI Software that are especially useful for recruitment and onboarding

RECRUITMENT 1: PROCESS AND ONBOARDING

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CONTENT

  • Recruitment mind-set at an individual as well as an organisational level
  • Different recruitment flows in relation to different job types
  • What should happen before, during and after an interview
  • The connection between a job profile and a job advert
  • The 1st, 2nd (and 3rd) interview
  • Who should participate in the different phases, including job profiling, interviewing and candidate assessment
  • Systematic assessment of candidates and the decision criteria
  • Typical pitfalls in recruitment process
  • The balance between attracting candidates and providing a realistic image of the job
  • Ethics and power relations between the candidate and the hiring organisation
  • Using and obtaining references so that you get valuable information

REKRUTTERING 1: PROCES OG ONBOARDING

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THE DELIVERY

This one-day workshop is available as in-house training. We send our highly experienced trainer to you to conduct the training at your premises and at your convenience.

You can also attend open-enrolment workshops. 

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