As the Director of Recruitment, you have been given the task to create a recruitment strategy for your firm. This firm can be an organization of your choosing or a fictitious firm that has been created by you. The senior leadership team has asked that you create a report that will be sent to all departments across the organization. In this report outline the following:
- A brief overview of the mission of the organization. You will discuss the goals, and/or objectives of the organization. You will align this with your recruitment objectives and strategy. You will only need half a page devoted to this section.
- Discuss your process of conducting a job analysis and developing job descriptions that are legally defensible.
- Create an employer brand for the organization. Include:
- A compelling and positive image of the organization (such as ethics, social responsibility, reputation, conduct, etc.) Discuss why the angle you have chosen is most appropriate for the organization.
- Provide a message that is clear and consistent about the experience of working at the organization (e.g. work/life balance, commitment to diversity and inclusion, team work, innovation, etc.).
- Reinforce the public’s image of the organization.
- Encourage potential candidates to apply for jobs at the organization.
- Discuss your selection and assessment process. For example: 1. Phone screen, 2. Personality test, 3. Interviews: 2 individual and 3 panel interviews, etc.
- Finally, summarize your report with why you think this would be the best strategy for your firm.
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