Developing your Skills | May 14, 2012
Terry Thompson, Surrey, BC, CYBF Mentor, email@example.com
Managing Corporate Culture article series
In my last article, Ensuring the right people are in the right jobs, I listed the three key activities that need to be undertaken to properly screen a candidate for a position in your organization. Before discussing each of these activities you must be sure that that you have completed a description of the position that you are seeking to fill and a profile of the person that would be an ideal fit. To do this:
Here are a few things to remember during this process:
The above items should be discussed with the recruiting people (internal or external) you are using to ensure only the highest-calibre candidates are considered for the position.
Future articles will describe the candidate screening process.
Should have any questions or feedback regarding the content of this article please email me (Terry Thompson) at firstname.lastname@example.org.