In the first sentence, involve should be involved. In the second sentence, replace The first thing with First, thus: "First, the list of requirements is drawn up."Originally Posted by dean
I would make a few minor changes there. Try:Originally Posted by dean
- After reading the advertisement, the applicant asks for an application form. Following that, the applicant completes and returns application form. After the completed form is turned in the application is opened and assessed.
You don't need There are possibilities there. For the first sentence, try:Originally Posted by dean
- If the application is rejected, a letter will be sent to that candidate informing him that he has been rejected for the job.
I'm not sure I understand that. You are going to tell the unsuccessful applicant who got the job?Originally Posted by dean