The procedures comprise of all the tasks which are deemed as significant in the selection process (Smith Robertson 1993). It must be understood here that the selection processes are very cumbersome at times because they involve a lot of thinking on the part of the selection committees within the workplace domains. They have to work towards the completion of tasks as well as solve the problems related to hiring the best individual for the said position. It is indeed a headache for some of the organizations in the time and age of today, and quite rightly so, due to a host of factors involved with the eventual recruitment process.Selection procedures include the different selection tools which are the interviews, the exams, the psychological and stress-related tests, medical exams, and so on. The manner in which these exams and interviews come about depends a great deal on the way the selection processes are aligned within the domain of the organization itself. It is important to understand that not every organization has a similar pattern of hiring individuals for different positions. These vary greatly in their undertakings, manners in which work gets done, and so on. Selection procedures require an immense thinking ideology on the part of the human resources as this department must have the eye to look for talent which can bring about a positive change within the organization (Nelson 1997). In fact, the human resources department has the most important role in the selection process because it has to forward the soundest individual to the top management for the sake of the interview, after he/she has cleared the exam and medical test. Hence the ideological basis of the human resources department is of utmost essence within the related scheme of selection processes that work to good effect in producing viable results in recruitment and selection domains. The selection processes work towards building the core competencies of the individuals as well as detailing them with regards to what is deemed as the most significant rationale for the organization with respect to these employees. It is pertinent to understand that these selection processes will bring in the much-touted results and there would not be any problems in the wake of hiring the right people for the right jobs.