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P1 – Describe the recruitment documentation used in a selected organisation.

Job Advertisement

Job Advertisement, The job advertisement is used as the first process into recruiting new members into the business for the specific job that they will be advertising on either the radio, posters, websites and all over the internet, most advertisements are for a specific job in the company however some that you may hear about on the radio or TV can be for multiple jobs. It is important for this advertisement to be good otherwise people may not apply for the job.

Job Description

Job Description, The job description is the information included on a job advertisement, this includes all of the information that the applicants will want to know about the company and job before they apply so they know what they are going to be doing within the job and if the job is right for them. This is used in the recruitment process to get the people interested into the job and turn away others who do not want to do the work required in the job.

Person Specification

Peron Specification, This is the requirements the applicants must meet in order to get the job, this is used in the recruitment process to make it easier for the employers to go through the applicants because they will all meet the requirements at least the ones that apply will.

Application Form

Application Form, this is a document that the applicants must fill in, in order to apply for the job. This is used in the recruitment process because it helps the employer make a shortlist compiled of just a few people that will be interviewed for the job, this is done because applications can be long and only a few people may fill them in correctly without making mistakes, if spelling and poor grammar are found in the application they will be less likely to employ you.

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