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Lecture 5

BUSM 2200 Lecture 5: 381


Department
Business Management
Course Code
BUSM 2200
Professor
Alexander
Lecture
5

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Selection
5. Supervisory interview and realistic job preview
In the final steps of selecting an appropriate candidate, McDonald’s makes the selection among
those candidates who have satisfied all tests, interviews, and background checks. The supervisor,
whom is most qualified, interviews with the potential candidate to assess the candidates job
knowledge, skills, and to provide answers to any job specific questions. This supervisory
interview process is often done by supervisors or managers, because the supervisors and
managers often work closely with the selected candidate, and select those individuals they feel
most comfortable with, fit with the current employees and provide to McDonald’s success.
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6. Hiring Decision and candidate notification
Before McDonald’s make any notification of their hiring decisions, “after the final interview the
manager will rate the applicant’s responses,” (Businesscasestudeis 2) and determine their success
based on the demonstrated skills and behaviours. The first stage of the hiring decision, is to
notify all candidates whether or not they were successful (Wethriveindia 3), where those
candidates who were not successful are notified in writing (businesscasestudies).
5. Supervisory interview and realistic job preview
In the final steps of selecting an appropriate candidate, McDonald’s invite the potential
candidates to the restaurant, where they partake in a On the Job Evaluation, which puts the
individual directly in the job, with given instructions. This allows managers and supervisors to
evaluate the individual and see if they are a good fit, as well provide the successful candidate
with a realistic job preview and what to expect. The realistic job interview method used by
McDonald’s, allows the candidate to better understand environment and performance required of
them, as well help managers and supervisors evaluate the candidate. Additionally, A business
manager will hold a fifteen-minute interview process with the candidate, where they provide job
specific information, answer any job-related questions, and assess skills and behaviours that are
key to the position (Mcdonalds 1).
Before McDonald’s make any notifications, the manager will rate the candidate based on their
response and determine their success based on the demonstrated skills and behaviours from the
final interview (Businesscasestudeis 2)
In addition, McDonald’s use a
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