Introduction

Line managers and supervisors play a key role in recruiting staff but they often have little formal training. The success of an organisation depends on the quality of the people it employs, so it is essential to train managers in each stage of recruitment.

Key Stages of Recruitment

The key stages of recruitment are as follows.

  1. Defining the need — determining whether there is a need to recruit and providing a job description and person specification.

  2. Attracting candidates — deciding on methods for attracting suitable candidates.

  3. Screening applications — analysing and assessing application forms and curriculum vitae (CVs).

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