Recruitment is a process of social interaction between two or more people, the interviewee and the interviewer(s), there are likely to be a multitude of pre-set assumptions at play that will inevitably have an impact on the decision to recruit or not and on the interviewee’s decision to accept the employment offer or not.
Hello we are the board of directors. Each of us will interview you separately.
The relationship between employee and organization is founded on the concept of social exchange and essentially involves ‘recurring exchanges of benefits in which both parties understand and abide by “the rules of engagement” – the bestowing of a benefit creates an obligation to reciprocate
Scene 4: The Rules of engagement
To what degree you consider yourself successful in your career? How do you perceive yourself as a professionist?
Scene 7: Motivation
You have fullfilled all 6 characteristics for rofitability: adaptability, passion for work, motivational maturity, positive disposition, self efficacy, achievement orientation.
Congratulations! We have decided to promote you to a higher position, we are very impressed with your overall performance and results.
I feel really motivated, I have meaningful interesting tasks; responsibilities for the outcome; and feedback or knowledge about outcome from my manager.
Scene 6: Performance Appraisal & Training development
We have an online platform where you will upload every month personal goals, also you will have to take the mandatory courses as part of our training. At the end of the month I will evaluate the results. This helps us manage the performance of the employees. If results are positive you will recieve a bonus.
Sara has adapted her professional identity to the company's vision and goals reponding to expectations, she has been called upon to a meeting with the board of directors.