HR Generalist

HR Generalist

  • Submitted By: ezat247
  • Date Submitted: 11/17/2014 5:53 AM
  • Category: Business
  • Words: 408
  • Page: 2

´╗┐Hiring Policy
TANMEYAH hiring policy is to outline the required steps in the recruiting and hiring process for all staff positions at TANMEYAH . All new hires and transfers must be hired in compliance with the required hiring practices as outlined by this policy. This policy addresses requirements for posting/advertising, screening and selection, pre-employment testing, offering employment and recordkeeping in accordance with Egyptian laws and regulations requiring nondiscrimination and affirmative action in employment.
After the approval of the board of director TANMEYAH Manpower plan established at the end of each year. The Manpower plan set by the Human Resource Department after conducting various meeting with all the departments at TANMEYAH, any subsequent increases in the approved Manpower Budget requires the approval of the CEOs
All applicants must complete an employment application. The Company may also require a resume' and letters of reference depending on the position being applied for. An employment application is enclosed at the end of the manual. An application must be completed before an applicant will be considered a candidate.

Following the Company's review of all completed applications, the employer will begin interviewing the most qualified candidates. Those who do not meet our employment requirements for whatever reason will remain classified as applicants. Applicants may apply once each 3 months for candidate status but who do not meet our employment requirements for Security reason couldn't apply again

The Company will make conditional offers of employment to those candidates selected during the interview process. The conditional aspect of the job offer depends on the employee's agreeing to acknowledge company policies in writing, consenting and passing all necessary drug, background and reference checks and finally any other condition that should be met before the candidate may consider themselves an employee.


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