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The Recruitment Procedure

Manpower is the most essential input in the recipe success. Maksons is reputed for identifying Selecting and recommending Competent and
Hardworking staff.

MAKSONS believes that it’s reputation’s reliant on the type of manpower it
Supplies to it’s clients. This is the reason why MAKSONS gives utmost attention
Attention to the selection processes, which Consists of the following:

Final Interview

Completion Documents for departure of selected candidate
a) Letter of Indent / Contract
b) Medical Examination
c) Insurance Papers etc.


For any recruitment process, the Pre-Screening/ interview of a candidate is of Paramount importance. Most recruitment organizations consider interviews as just a “Question & Answer session between the interviewer and the interviewee. MAKSONS backup with 15 years of experienced our 23rd years experience presently, knowns “INTERVIEWS’ not only a science but also verges on the human behavior and aptitude of the candidates.

The basis of MAKSONS interviews is to reveal the candidate’s ability to carry out the job applied for, his pervious track record, and the candidate’s attitude and approach towards the job. For the MAKSONS has hired the services of construction from a wide area of discipline. The consultants are not only experts in the concerned disciplines but have a vast working experience thus able to evaluate candidates technically and practically .

MAKSONS understand not only the basic things like educations, experience and salary expectations but also dwells on the family background personal strengths, weaknesses and willingness to perform the job in an efficient manner whilst working outside their country.

Depending on the requirement of the client, final interviews can be conduced either by MAKSONS prefers that the client’s delegates” although MAKSONS prefers that the client’s delegates conduct the final interview.


MAKSONS can promptly provide the manpower consisting of the categories detailed as under-