Selection & Onboarding: A Practical Approach

Selection & Onboarding: A Practical Approach

Selection & Onboarding: A Practical Approach

Whenever we discuss selection & onboarding, generally it includes recruitment, selection and onboarding. As the whole process is interlinked to each other.

Recruitment process aims to attract potential job seekers for a role and create a pool of talent so that selection process be effective to implement HR strategies relevant to recruiting new staff.

Nonetheless, we will keep focussing here (in this course) on selection and onboarding processes from a practical approach. After receiving the Resumes/CVs, the process of selection comes in where the received data is examined and evaluated by a selector (internal/external) to shortlist the candidates for the next stage of the selection process.

Onboarding is a planned induction process; which happens at the time of induction of an employee (to an organization).

The selection and onboarding processes include many aspects which have been discussed in the course.

Key Contents (of the course):

  • Discussion on Selection process
  • Contents of the Selection process
  • Basis of Selection
  • Scanning of the documents
  • Preparation of the interview
  • Different contracts of employment
  • Branding
  • Selection of an internal staff
  • Selection from a global talent pool
  • Legal aspects
  • Onboarding
  • Contents of Onboarding
  • Other aspects of Onboarding
  • Advantages of Onboarding
  • Reviewing of Selection and Onboarding processes


Learning Outcomes:

After completing this course, learners should be able to:

  • Understand the selection process
  • Know the contents of a selection process
  • Comprehend the basis of a selection process
  • Understand the practicalities of a selection process
  • Distinguish between various contracts of employment
  • Know the importance of legal aspects
  • Know more about Onboarding and Induction
  • Differentiate among various aspects of Onboarding
  • Know more about the advantages of having Onboarding process on board