RECRUITMENT AND SELECTION
We provide specialist recruitment and selection services across a range of industries. We can do the whole process for you, from recruiting, screening and selecting or simply provide cost effective advice.
We can also assist with wage subsidies and recruiting 'social inclusion and diversity' candidates if your industry requires.
“Great vision without great people is irrelevant”
Recruitment can be defined as searching for and obtaining a pool of potential candidates with the desired knowledge, skills and experience for a designated role. Having a wide pool of suitable candidates can then allow for an organisation to select the most appropriate candidate who can then fill the job vacancy.
The purpose of the recruitment process is to find the widest pool of applicants, to allow for the greatest opportunity to find the right candidate for the right job.
Acquiring the best applicants for a role can be a competitive advantage for an organisation whereas ineffective recruitment and selection can result in enormous disruption, reduced productivity, interpersonal difficulties, interruptions to operations, customer service problems and long term costs.
As part of our specialised service we can also target key social inclusion candidates, such as:
Ex-Cadets / Military
Redundant Motor Vehicle workers
Over 55 years of age
Culturally and Linguistically Diverse (CALD) workers
We can also assist in wage subsidies for your business, where you can receive up to $10,000 (subject to government policy).
Once a pool of candidates have been identified through the recruitment process the most appropriate candidate, or candidates, are identified through a rigorous selection process.This process includes, but is not limited to, interviewing, reference checking and aptitude / workplace testing.
The purpose of the selection process is to ensure that the best person, or people, are appointed to the role or roles using effective, fair and equitable assessment activities.
Having an effective recruitment strategy is paramount to the success of any organisation. The recruitment and selection function can become a costly and inefficient process if not approached in a systematic and proactive manner. A correct recruitment and selection strategy can:
Ensure the organisation has the necessary skills, knowledge and attributes to meet current and future strategic and operational requirements
Ensures supply meets demand requirements
Increases the pool of potential applicants to select from
Improves time and costs, by ensuring that only those applicants that meet the requirements of the position are selected for further investigation
Can impact on the likelihood that a suitable candidate will accept a job offer, while also painting your business as a professional and suitable employer
Increases organisational effectiveness