Recruitment and Selection Cipd Cpp Essay examples

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Recruitment and Selection
Skills Assignment


Page 2 Interview Notes

Page 4 Recruitment and Selection Knowledge Statement

Page 8 References & Bibliography

CPD record

Interview Notes

Candidate name: Anne
Date of interview: 11th November 2005
Venue: Meeting room
Position Applied for: Personnel Assistant
Department: Personnel Department

The candidate was punctual, dressed in smart business wear and came across friendly and confident. Anne’s vocabulary and delivery displayed a sound understanding of the English language.


Anne has mostly worked as a Personal Assistant for large companies in the City (of London), however is currently looking for a new role within a
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Anne also met some of the desirable criteria, for example a working knowledge of MS Office and working within a HR environment (although not specifically in a HR role). I felt Anne possessed strong interpersonal skills, and combined with her administration and organisational skills would make a valid contribution to the Personnel department and to the company of Funworld. Referring to the interview checklist, Anne received no ticks in poor and the majority of ticks were in good and some in excellent.

Anne has no annual leave to consider and would be able to start after a four week notice period which is perfectly acceptable. Anne did not mention any HR qualifications in the interview or in her curriculum vitae (cv), therefore I would approach Anne about completing a CPP (Certificate in Personnel Practice) at Brooklands College.
Recruitment and Selection - Knowledge Statement

Martin, M. and Jackson,T. (2002, p.107), state that successful human resource personnel ensure they employ the right people, in the right jobs at the right time. They provide a support to other departmental managers in matters of recruitment and have to be commercially aware, often reporting to higher management or directors. The key stages of recruitment and selection will be discussed, along with reference to relevant legislation and practical and

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