A screen meeting (or a screening interview) is a sort of prospective employee meet-up that is directed to decide whether the candidate has the capabilities expected to carry out the occupation for which the organization is procuring.
Time saver: A screening interview is commonly the primary meeting in the recruitment procedure. Much of the time, a screening interview incorporates a short survey of your experience, and a rundown of inquiries intended to decide whether or not you are a feasible applicant for the concerned job position. Further, once the screening is done the candidate is sent to the company and if he clears, the candidate is a match and the time would be efficiently invested making sure of the other questions the interviewers need to be sure about the candidate related to the position provided.
Perfect Match for the same company at different levels: Recruitment experts post job opening advertisements in daily papers, on job sites, and with proficient recruitment agencies. The listed job posting can draw in various job seekers for a particular position, and the HR staff must then deal with these applications to locate the perfect choice for the concerned opening. The recruiters sort the resumes of concerned candidates by building up a DATABASE and then match various requirements at the right places ‘A resume rejected at one place can be the perfect match for the other position’ this creates satisfaction among employees and employers.