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hr101 pt. 1

It is the initial hiring process that focuses on attracting a pool of qualified applicants for job openings. Recruitment
It is one of the flows in recruitment that analysis helps in determining the necessary skills, qualifications, and experience needed for the position. Preparing/Analyzing the Job
It is derived from the FRENCH word “RECRUTE” or “RECRUE” and The meaning is Fresh Growth or new levy soldiers. Recruitment
This refers to the methods and channels used to attract potential candidates. Sourcing
He / She reviews the evaluations and feedback from the selection process to select the most suitable candidate for the position. Hiring Manager/Hiring Committee
this stage, includes providing orientation, introducing them to the team and company policies, and ensuring they have the necessary resources and information to succeed in their new role. Onboarding
At this stage, the job offer is extended to the selected candidate, including details such as salary, benefits, and start date but you can negotiate during this stage to finalize the employment terms and conditions. Hiring
It is the process of choosing the most qualified candidates from the pool of applicants generated during recruitment. Selection
This process helps narrow down the candidate pool to a manageable number for further evaluation. Screening
It is the crucial processes within human resources (HR) that involve finding, attracting, and hiring the most suitable candidates for job positions within an organization. Recruitment and Selection
It plays a vital role in attracting and retaining talent, improving performance, and driving overall organizational success. Training and Development
refers to familiarizing employees with the means of preventing, detecting, and eliminating non-quality items, usually in an organization that produces a product. Quality Training
This training ensures that employees understand and adhere to legal and regulatory requirements within their industry. Legal Training
Is a type of training that occurs to ensure employees are protected from injuries caused by work-related accidents. Safety Training
This is the first step in training, It is the process used for welcoming a new employee into the organization. Employee Orientation
One of the components that develop a structured plan that outlines the learning objectives, content, and delivery methods for the training program. Training Design
It is a type of training meant to teach the new employee the technological aspects of the job. Technical or Technological Training
Conducting the training sessions using appropriate instructional techniques and resources to ensure effective learning. Training Delivery
This training is refer to interpersonal, communication, and behavioral skills that are essential for effective collaboration and professional growth. Soft-Skills Training
Assessing the effectiveness of the training program through evaluations, tests, and feedback mechanisms to measure the impact on employee performance and identify areas for improvement. Evaluation/Feedback
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