Job Hiring Process
If you’re on the job search for the first time, or you’ve been on the job scene after a long break an introduction into the employee recruitment and selection process will help you reduce your anxiety about CV writing and interviews. Remember that many people are in the same situation so getting a better picture of what you should expect will give you a head start. Below is the complete job hiring and recruitment process.
Advertising the Vacancy
Most シンガポールの求人情報 processes start with the employer advertising any vacancies. Depending on the level of the role, these can be listed in local newspapers, on jobsites, and company career websites, in specialist business magazines or professional hiring agencies and at job fairs. Each advert usually states the job title, and a list of the sort of qualities that the candidate should pocess to be considered for the role. The advert should also state how to apply for the シンガポール 就職情報, such as with an application form or where to send your CV, and the date which your application must be received.
Sorting the Applications
Once the final date has been reached, the employer will sift through the applications which have been received and collate the applications from candidates which appear to have the necessary skills, or seem interesting and worth proceeding to the next stage. Short–listed candidates are then contacted for the next stage in the process.
In these trying times most シンガポール 転職 receive a large number of applications from worthy candidates. In the event that a sufficient number of applications has not been received, the employer may choose to readvertise the position or extend the deadline. The employer has no obligation to let the applicants know about these changes, or offer any feedback at all, so it’s worth getting in touch after a couple of weeks to make sure your application has been received, and to get some feedback.
The next stage for successful candidates is usually an interview, and this experience will differ from one organisation to another. In a larger company a first interview is usually conducted by the HR (Human Resources) manager to ensure you have the right attitude, and then successful candidates are recalled to a second interview with the line manager and section manager to make sure you have the specific skills you claim to have, and how you will fit into the team. In smaller companies you may be interviewed by the manager alone.
During an interview a candidate can expect to be asked about their previous work experience, their strengths and weaknesses, future goals, capability and general personality. There is much information on the internet about example interview questions. Try to answer all the questions put to you with a smile and making eye contact (but not aggressive!). You should always attend an interview prepared and looking smart and professional. It is always better to overdress! At the end of the interview you will usually have a chance to ask a question, so make sure that you have a question prepared.
Candidates who pass the above stages will have to get through the reference checks. Employee background checks are carried out generally to get a better picture of the candidate from previous employers about the candidates personal and professional behaviour. Some other checks which may be carried out are criminal record checks, credit checks, drug screening and medical tests. Credit checks are becoming more common in many industries, so to improve your chances you should try to keep a good credit history.
If you are the successful candidate then the employer will usually contact you between one day to one month after the final interview. You may be asked to start immediately, subject to good review background checks, or your employer may want to receive the background checks first. If you haven’t heard from the employer a couple of weeks after the interview has taken place, then there is no harm contacting them and asking for some feedback on your interview.
Once the candidate is hired, there will usually be an introduction into the company, and there may also be a course of training. On your first day you should make sure that you have your birth certificate or passport and confirmation that you are have the right documents to work in the UK, as many employers will ask for copies of this on your first day of work.