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Recruitment Process RACI Chart template

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Our Recruitment Process RACI Chart clarifies roles, streamlining hiring workflows and ensuring accountability at every stage.

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recruitment process raci chart template

What is a Recruitment Process RACI Chart?

The Recruitment Process RACI Chart provides a structured framework for defining roles and responsibilities throughout the recruitment cycle.

Utilising the RACI (Responsible, Accountable, Consulted, Informed) model, it delineates who is responsible for each recruitment task, who holds ultimate accountability, and who needs to be consulted or informed at various stages.

This tool enhances the efficiency and effectiveness of the recruitment process by providing clarity and alignment among team members. With clearly defined roles, stakeholders can collaborate seamlessly, ensuring a smooth and transparent recruitment journey while streamlining decision-making processes.

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In which jurisdictions can this template be used?
Great Britain & NI (United Kingdom), Worldwide

Recruitment Process RACI Chart

RACI is a project management tool used to clarify roles and responsibilities within a project or process. It stands for Responsible, Accountable, Consulted, and Informed. Each letter corresponds to a role in the project:

  • Responsible (R): The person or people who actually do the work.
  • Accountable (A): The person who is ultimately answerable for the task or decision.
  • Consulted (C): Those whose opinions are sought, typically subject matter experts.
  • Informed (I): Those who are kept informed of progress and outcomes, but are not directly involved in the task.

This chart helps clarify the roles and responsibilities within the recruitment process using the RACI framework, ensuring that everyone involved understands their role in the process.

Task HR Manager Hiring Manager Recruitment Team Department Heads
Job Description Creation A C R I
Job Posting A C R I
Candidate Screening R A C I
Interviews R A C I
Reference Checks R A C I
Offer Preparation A C R I
Onboarding A R C I

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