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Recruitment & Selection |How do I hire hotel staff

Recruitment & Selection |How do I hire hotel staffRecruitment & selection of hotel staff can be done in following various ways -
Also Read, Job Interview Selection Process 1.Internal Recruitment Sources for Hotel staff - Internal job posting - (IJP),my personal choice is, always look for potential candidates internally. This strategy has many plus points which cannot be denied at any cost. It can boost employee morale and sense of Belongingness towards the organization, build trusts and acts as a motivating factor for new recruits in the company.
Try to design IJP policy and float it accordingly. Remember, it is always advisable to uplift known talents rather sourcing unknown candidates externally, which you cannot even guarantee the success, isn’t it?

It is cost-effective & less time consuming even in many ways such as your existing employee s are already aware of company policies, culture and the environment as a whole. On the other hand, new talents sourced externally will …

Recruitment & selection| Job Interview Selection Process

Recruitment & selection| Job Interview Selection Process
Selection of employees in every organization is a long process. In general practice, the job selection process starts from the preliminary interview of the job applicants and ends with the Job offer or the contract of employment
Yet, steps involved in the selection process differ from organization to organization based on its structure, level of position hiring for and several other (specific) requirements.
The CommonInterview Selection process stepsas shown in the diagram below:

Documents to ask before onboarding a new candidateStandard employment contract checklist after the job offer has been madeThe Onboarding process for new employees OrientationBest Interview Tips to Avoid Hiring the Wrong candidate?

Orientation and Onboarding | The Onboarding process for new employees

Orientation and Onboarding | The Onboarding process for new employeesOrientation, also called Onboarding, is designed to provide new hires with the information they need to function comfortably and efficiently in the organization. 
Typically, Induction is a planned introduction of fresher’s to their jobs, their peers and the company which conveys three types of information:
1.General information about the daily work routine 2.A review of the firm’s history, founders, objectives, vision, mission, operations, products/services details. Also, how the new employee’s job contributes to the organization’s needs. 3.A detailed presentation in a brochure or classroom session. The focus of such Job orientation sessions will be more into the organization’s policies, work rules and employees benefits. Typically, topics covered in new hire orientation are specified in the diagram1.1

Purpose of new employee orientation| the first Impression The first step in facilitating a smooth transition to an employe…

Job contract agreement| Labour contract agreement| standard employment contract checklist

Job contract agreement| Labour contract agreement| standard employment contract checklistAfter the job offer has been made and the candidates accept the offers, certain documents need to be executed by the employers and the candidates. One such document is the attestation form. This attestation form will be a valid record for future reference.
There is also a need for preparing a contract of employment or Labour Contract agreement- the basic information that should be included in a written contract of employment will vary according to the level of the job but the following checklist sets out the difficult headings. Make sure to cover all the possible terms and conditions of employment while drafting, a standard employment contract sample is presented below for better understanding:
1.Job title 2.Duties, including a phrase such as - “The employee will perform such duties and will be responsible to such a person, as the company may from time to time direct”. 3.Date when continuous employm…