Recruitment and selection plan, HR Management

Prepare a Recruitment and Selection Plan to fill a vacancy for the job.

The plan should start atthe time the decision is made to fill the vacancy and finish at the acceptanceof the job offer.All relevant stages of the recruitment and selection process should be identified and include the following:

i. Two recruitment methods that could source applicants for the type of job to be filled.

ii.A minimum of three appropriate selectionmethods listed in the order in which they should be used.

Format: A flow chart or bullet points may be used.

Design a print media job advertisement or website job posting to attract applicants to apply for the job.Details should be non-discriminatory,relevant to the job and target the type of applicant desired.

Compile a simple assessment grid to show which essential KSAs or competencies will be measured by each of the selection methods that you listed in the Recruitment and Selection Plan.(An appropriate selection method would have high positive predictive validity for the type of criterion (KSA) it is being used to measure).

Provide one job related structured interview question with a range of benchmark answers appropriate to seek behavioural evidence.

Draft a letter that could be sent to the successful applicant that would accompany the employment agreement.  The letter will also include the legal rights of the applicant before he/she signs the agreement. (Do not provide an employment agreement).

Identify three major employment law statutes,excluding the Employment Relations Act 2000 (ERA),andusing an example from your assignment, briefly explain the relevance of each statuteto recruitment or selection.

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