The quality of an employment application can be evaluated on the basis of the principles of recruitment and selection that are followed by any recruiting agency. This implies that the chances of an application being approved are minimal especially if the recruitment and selection criteria are not met by the applying candidates. For example, before a job advert is posted to attract potential candidates for a position, the organization must clearly describe the person specifications for position to be filled.

An application that emphasizes on what one expects to get out of the organization in which employment is sought may likely not be successful. This is because the recruitment and selection criteria of most organization are bended towards attracting candidates whose input in the organization will be valuable and spur innovation and productivity. This implies that a job applicant must avoid focusing on promotion of the management and operational principles of the organization. Rather, these should be replaced with clear assertions of the new skills and talent that one is bringing into the organization.

In placing an employment application, it is important for one to minimize focus on personal inadequacies with respect to the qualifications and demands of the position applied for. Instead, one should strive at persuading the recruitment and selection panel that the skills and experience that one has are transferrable to the current position. Recruitment and selection decisions are often largely based on the ability of an applicant to match the skills and qualifications to the demands of the target position. The recruitment and selection committee operate on the principle of openness and justice for all employment candidates. In this regard, an applicant will be considered purely based on the ability to persuasively brand oneself in the application to attract the consideration of the recruitment and selection panel. 

Evaluation of the Benefits Summary

Employment benefits are various and can be summarized on the basis of quality of programs run by the employer in any given organization/company. Healthcare insurance benefits for employees help in cases of health complications that develop in the course of discharging duties. In most cases, the employer covers up to 85% of the health insurance plans and schemes for the benefit of the employees.

Employees are also entitled to annual leaves. This depends on the leave policies in every organization. Some organizations are quite strict and have rigid policies on leaves. The best policy that benefits most employees is where the employees is granted 30 days annual paid leave unlike limited number of days during which one is not medically covered and not paid any allowances.

Retirement plans are common in most organizations. All the employees are entitled to a good package according to the retirement or pensions schemes in every organization. Most employees therefore benefit from the retirement schemes based on the policy that is operational in every organization. In the well organized and established organizations, the employer contributes two thirds of the employees’ contribution towards the retirement benefit schemes. This ensures that the employee continues to get a consistent source of income even after retirement.

Benefits for employees include allowances to cater for the welfare of the dependants of the employee. In certain cases, the employee is given allowances for education under child education benefit plans for all employees. This actually ensures that there is work-life balance and the welfare of the employees is catered for by the employer. In some cases, depending on the organization, the employees are also provided with child day-care facilities where the children are attended as parents work on a working day.

In conclusion, success of an employment application depends on how best one meets the recruitment and selection criteria. However, the success of an applicant and the eventual appointment ushers one into various benefits and schemes that an employee enjoys as she/he works and even after retirement.