01. Selection and Administration

The procedures used to shortlist applicants; who is involved and what do they do ?

02. Psychology Test

A psychological test is an instrument designed to measure unobserved constructs, also known as latent variables. Psychological tests are typically, but not necessarily, a series of tasks or problems that the respondent has to solve.

03. HR Interviews

A good or bad interview with HR will determine how far you go in the interviewing process, so it’s best to know what to expect and go in prepared.

04. User Interviews

User / Managerial interviews generally consist of behavioral interview questions. Use an effective technique for providing comprehensive answers to interview questions, such as the STAR technique. STAR stands for situation, task, action and result.

05. Committee Interviews

Congratulations! You’ve made it to the final round interview. I know you’re probably trying to be careful about getting your hopes up, but don’t forget to also acknowledge how far you’ve come. Do not make final round interview invitations for the fun of it—you are legitimately very close to getting the job at this point.

So, what can you expect from the final round, and how do you stand out? If you’ve gotten this far, the hiring manger knows you have the right skills—they’re probably using this final interview to either gauge your cultural fit with the team or compare you to another qualified finalist.

06. Medical Examination

It is to ensure that the employees are physically fit and able to fulfill the contract of employment.

07. Offering Letter

An offer letter is the first document using which a company contacts the employee who is selected for appointment. It contains the designation offered, general terms, salary figures, payment details, working hours etc. The employee can either accept or reject the offer. If he agrees to the conditions given in the Offer Letter, he will inform a convenient joining date.

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