You've completed the seven steps of the interview process. I hope this was a tremendous value to you and will help you stay organized, consistent, and compliant within your office. This concludes course four: The Interview and Selection Process.

If you're following along developing your interview binder for your human resource manager or CEO, let's review all of the steps and resources presented during the interview process. This is also reflected in the resource titled "Interview Procedure".

Steps and resources are as follows; 

Step 1 – contacting applicants by telephone including resources; Say This, Not That; Interview Questions to Avoid and Telephone Filter Questionnaire. 

Step 2 – scheduling an interview by telephone. This includes the external resource titled Application for Employment. These are generally found in 50 sheet packs at general office supply stores or major online stores. 

Step 3 – first formal interview includes resources; Candidate Interview Log, Sample Math Test, Sample Math Test Key, First Interview Questionnaire, and Patient Communication Facilitator Job Description.

Step 4 – employment reference checks resources include; Conducting an Employment Reference Check, Authorization For Release of Employment Information, Request For Release of Employment Information, and finally the Reference Check Form. 

Step 5 – second formal interview resources include; Second Interview Questionnaire, Employee Benefits Summary Sheet, Profiles Global DISC Assessment. This is an external resource and finally, Background to DISC. This explains the DISC assessment.

Step 6 – offer letter resources include; Offer Letter Template on letterhead and Offer Letter Extensive Templates on letterhead. 

Step 7 – regret letter; the resource included under step seven includes Regret Letter Template on letterhead.

Please modify our resources based on your local labor laws and be aware of changes to these laws over time. Consult your labor law attorney for specific questions and guidance.

Finally, good luck with your new hire! Next, we'll visit onboarding your new hire.