The recruitment process for a new position can be long and drawn out. It begins with an open position being advertised through different avenues of media like Craigslist and Glassdoor, reaching out to job seekers online through social media, or posting on any number of career-related message boards. Once a few candidates are found, the employer will contact them by email and invite them for an in-person interview.

Once a few candidates are found, the employer will contact them by email and invite them for an in-person interview.

1.Defining Requirements 

The first step in the hiring process is to define any specific requirements for the role. By doing this, it will help the employer know what they are looking for, which is especially important in an industry that is constantly changing. The person who will fill this position must be able to demonstrate that they have the skills and abilities necessary to do the job. This is where the actual interview process starts.

2.Planing Campaigns

This is usually the next step, which is called “Campaign Planning”. It is where the employer will target a specific job candidate who best matches what they feel they are looking for. These targeted campaigns will be created through online ads, in-person networking groups, and outreach to individuals and companies that might know a good candidate for this role.


Now that the employer has started to attract job candidates, they must continue to do so. They must make sure that they are constantly aware of any new job postings in the market. This will help them keep track of all possible candidates available for this position.

4.Interview Candidates

When enough candidates have been found, the employer will send an offer to those candidates. The interviews will be scheduled in a way that mirrors how they would like the process to progress. After the initial interview, expect that there might be a few more interviews and at least one final step that is billed as a “final interview”.

5.Background & Refrences Checks

Once the employer has decided on a candidate, they will then do a final check on that candidate. This will include calling references, running a background check on the individual, to ensure that they are not only qualified for this position but also safe to work for. After all of this is done, your new job is secured.

6.The Offer Letter

Once the employer has selected you as a candidate for the position, they will then ensure that they have everything in order to make an offer. This can take a few weeks, depending on how complicated it is. Before the offer is actually made, there are some steps that must be followed. This includes writing an Offer Letter with all of your terms and conditions agreed upon by both parties. If you refused the job, you can ask for a final within 7 days.


Some employers will ask the candidate to negotiate their salary. If you are happy with the salary that was offered, you can refuse any offers made. If you accepted the job offer but are not happy with the salary, then it is always possible to negotiate your salary after a few weeks if you are starting to feel underpaid based on your experience and talent level.