What steps does an employer follow within a typical hiring process?

October 19, 2017


Once a candidate has applied for a position, a Human Resources representative will go through and screen the applicant. Within the screening process, they will look at your resume and additional application materials in order to evaluate a potential fit for the position.


Once the screening process is complete, if they've decided that they want to talk to you, they will typically schedule a phone interview. Phone interviews act as an additional screening tool to learn more about you and fill in any details that may be unclear.


The next step is the in person interview. Typically, in person interviews are with the hiring manager. The hiring manager is the one who will ultimately make the final hiring decision, while the HR representative's job is to provide them with suitable candidates.


What happens after an in-person interview can vary from employer to employer. There may be a second in person interview, or they may go directly into the rejection/offer process.


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