Recruitment, Assessment, and Closing

Paper details:

Using the job selected for the Job Research and Job Descriiption Form assignment, students will:

1. Develop the Pool:

a. How would you develop the pool for this job?

b. Discuss the viability of candidates in your developed pool including internal candidates, external candidates, inside-outsiders, and outside-insider (described in HBR article The Definitive Guide to Recruiting in Good Times and Bad by Fernandez-Araoz, Groysberg, and Nohria).

c. What sources would you use to develop this pool?

d. What resources would you need to develop this pool?

2. Assess the Candidates

a. Which positions would conduct the interviews and reference checks? Why?

b. Develop a minimum of three behavioral-based interview questions.

3. Close the Deal

a. Write the words/speech you would use to close the deal (get the applicant to accept the job) with the selected candidate. Include the following elements in your words/speech:

i. Your passion about the company and the position.

ii. The position’s opportunities and challenges (positive and negative aspects of the job).

iii. The organization’s commitment to the candidate’s success.

iv. Compensation.

Each of the three sections above can be found in HBR article titles The Definitive Guide to Recruiting in Good Times and Bad by Fernandez-Araoz, Groysberg, and Nohria. We read this article for our Week 1 Discussion Board assignment. Each of the three sections must be a minimum of 200 words and separated into a different paragraph(s). It is recommended that students insert the question prior to each answer, as this will help ensure that all requirements are covered. Please include the job title at the top of your submission.