Recruitment And Training Process For Obtaining The Corporate Goals

832 Words Apr 1st, 2016 4 Pages
People are the lifeblood of our business. Yet the two key HR systems; recruitment and training process of securing this valuable asset often gets neglected. As was brought to our attention in CIBC’s HR corporate annual meeting; Turnover percentage was at 52%, the corporate goal is to bring this down below 30%. Consequently 40% of the current employees did not meet the required expectations of the business goals, the corporate goal is to have less than 10% did not meet. By strengthening the current HR recruitment and training strategies, will assist the business in obtaining the corporate goals.
Looking at our current recruitment process we have a strong pre-screening interview questionnaire, in addition to this process 3 senior level management members need to agree in order for the candidate to be hired. Unfortunately the time invested in the process for selecting the senior management to host the panel interview has not been analyzed. When asked for feedback from the senior level management they expressed that they lacked the technical skills required. Research shows that recruiter habits may perpetuate past mistakes, therefore this is a key component to address immediately. The HR department can improve their Techniques for Interviewing by hosting workshops that will strengthen their skills in the following areas; What questions they may ask in accordance with our Human Rights Legislation, preventing discrimination, being able to identify competencies and…

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