Microsoft Office Tutorials and References
In Depth Information
Figure 17-12:
Adding
information
about a
new job
candidate.
So tell me what you really think
The proceeding sections discussed the first two stages of the job hiring
process. You use the Requisitions list to advertise open positions; your
employees can refer to the Requisitions list for details when they receive
inquiries about the job opening. As people apply for the position, you add
them to the Candidates list so that you can match people to positions. The
final stage before declaring that a candidate is “hired or fired” is to collect
feedback on the candidate from the various individuals in the organization
who are involved in the hiring process.
The Candidate Feedback list is the area where employees can log in their
praises, comments, or trepidations about a candidate. By viewing all this
feedback, the person who is ultimately responsible for hiring new applicants
can make an informed decision. For example, a business owner might
interview a dozen candidates for the position of Office Manager. She narrows the
decision down to two candidates but doesn’t have a strong feeling as to
which person she should hire. However, her employees are overwhelmingly
in favor of one particular candidate; she decides to hire that person because
it is obvious to her that the candidate will fit in well with the rest of her
employees.
Here’s how you can find the Candidate Feedback list — and start entering a
few opinions of your own:
1. Click Business Applications on the Navigation bar of the Office
Live Home page and then Company Administration.
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