Your final assignment includes developing a PowerPoint presentation to a college whose leaders are considering hiring your recruitment firm for their recruitment effort. This week’s project will prepare you for that assignment and you can use either Word or PowerPoint. For this week, you are to develop a recruitment and advertisement checklist (tool) that can be used by any organization. You can use either of these perspectives: Develop a checklist that identifies all that is required to ensure positions are filled within an organization or develop it for a leader to analyze the effectiveness of their organization’s recruitment efforts. A leader within the organization should be able to use the tool with their hiring managers and recruitment team as they are recruiting and improving their systems. Remember, that you are developing this from a consultant’s perspective and should be written in the third person.
In order to review samples, you can search the Internet; however, you want to create your own tool. Your project should include narrative that provides detail regarding how and why you created the tool as well as how it should be used within an organizational setting. Your project should include a cover page, list of references and three pages (including narrative and tool). Be creative and develop it as if you are going to use it as a tool to build your consulting firm. Also, develop it in a way that you can revise as needed in the future.
For clarification, you want to create a checklist that identifies the steps that are included in the recruitment and advertisement process. It could be something as basic as the sample below with additional information.
Discuss recruitment strategies with hiring managers.
Develop position description
Review this company’s process for recruitment:
See this organization’s checklist:
There should be three supporting references or sources. Don’t use encyclopedia, Wikipedia, unknown, undated, or anonymous sources, such as brief articles from websites. Also, cite all sources according to APA.