You will get an immediate Email confirmation that your application has been received along with details of your reference number. Within two days of sending your online application, you will receive an email confirming whether or not you meet our preliminary conditions for the particular job you applied for.
If your application meets our criteria, you will progress to the next stage of selection process. You will then be contacted by Email or phone by one of our recruiters to discuss further – likely to include confirmation on whether you have been shortlisted for an interview and verification processes. Your profile will also be booked in our recruiting database for possible matches against future positions.
We will keep in touch with you so that you can fully understand your status for the specific.
If your application does not meet our opening criteria, you will not be considered further for that particular job. However, your profile will be kept in our database. If a match should occur between your profile and future open positions, you will be notified by email and invited to apply for the job.
We handle all applications in an appropriate manner. You will get an acknowledgement Email from us after the submission of your CV for a specific job, and within 48 hours you will be informed whether or not you have met the needs for the role. It may take up to 6 weeks to review your application. We will contact you if you are invited for a face-to-face interview round. For those who are not suitable for the position, we will automatically keep their details in our system for future opportunities.
As part of the online application procedure, you will have answered questions to determine whether you meet the minimum requirements described in the job description. If you do not meet the specific job requirements, you will not be considered for the job. However, we cheer you to continue to review jobs that match your profile and apply for where your qualifications match the requirements described in the job description.
Please go to the ‘Help’ link if you have any query about the job application.
Each time you apply for a position at HRCONSULTINGS.COM, you will get an immediate confirmation Email acknowledging that your application has been received, and all your contact information, and profile are made available to the recruiter holding that position. Within 48 hours, you will be informed whether or not you have met the requirements for the profile, you will then get an Email showing your application status at each stage.
In the course of your application to HRCONSULTINGS.COM we will request responses to specific questions. Some are to match your skills and qualifications with the role and others are to ensure we comply with applicable laws and HRCONSULTINGS.COM's business policies. You may also be asked some of anti-corruption questions.
HRCONSULTINGS.COM is an equal opportunities employer which strives to follow fair and transparent recruitment processes. For example, HRCONSULTINGS.COM will not give preference to specific candidates for employment as a means of influencing anyone in the private or public sectors, including government officials, to make decisions favorable to HRCONSULTINGS.COM.
In order to gather essential information as part of our recruitment process, HRCONSULTINGS.COM has introduced the practice of asking the following questions to all candidates for employment. The availability of this information will give transparency of the recruitment procedure and ensure that employees are not placed in positions where they may have substantial conflicts of interest or which may give increase to the impropriety appearance
You may submit your resume/CV speculatively as our recruiters will search for candidates in our database; however, you stand a much better chance of being considered for a role at HRCONSULTINGS.COM if you apply to a specific role that matches your skills and experience.
We prefer candidates to apply for their respective profiles online. However, if you are not able to do so, contact us and we will advise you of what to do next.
If you are uploading a Resume/CV or attachment in MS Word format which contains tables, this may fail the file to upload. You should either convert your file to PDF and re-upload, or convert the table data in the MS Word document to plain text.
After submitting your job application you will get an Email confirming that your application has been received. It may take up to 48 hours for you to receive this Email. If you have still not received the confirmation:
If you are facing issues you should first view our system requirements to ensure your settings are configured properly. If you are still experiencing difficulty, please contact us at the Email address below explaining your problem. firstname.lastname@example.org
Yes, you can request to be deleted from the Computer, but please note that this may take up to 30 days. Different information related to your particular application may be retained to meet legal or records retention needs in your country.
First and foremost, prepare for the interview procedure. Here’s a list of actions you have to plan:
Then, make a checklist for your meetings with candidates. When aspirants arrive, use these common steps to guide the interview process:
Recruiters usually conduct initial phone screens to qualify candidates, while hiring managers to handle the face-to-face interviews but, advantages in asking others to participate during the interview phases. Consider including:
Team members. Involving team members on interview panels can help you as they evaluate candidates for culture fit, while candidates get the chance to choose whether they would enjoy working with them. Also, including your team displays candidates that your company values collaboration.
Senior executives. Arrange a final round, where the selected candidates meet a senior executive. This executive may highlight a hiring manager’s decision to hire someone, help sell the company to a stellar candidate or spot a red flag at the last minute.
Usually, 2-5 people are involved in the hiring procedure. It’s best to keep the number of interviewers small, so candidates feel at ease during the interview.
Hiring Managers leave administrative tasks of the hiring procedure. Recruiters are responsible for finding a time to schedule interviews that work for HR and candidates. Recruiters may have access to hiring managers’ calendars so they can schedule interviews straight or use their Applicant Tracking System (ATS).
Phone screens (or screening calls) are discussions with the candidates over the phone. Most of the time, recruiters conduct phone screens at the beginning of the hiring procedure. This phase helps to identify deal-breakers or disqualify candidates who don’t meet the conditions early on.
Screening calls involve basic questions about a person’s motivation, expectations, and availability for the job.