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Getting your recruitment process right

Recruitment guidance and what to consider

In this episode 189 of the podcast I bring you a detailed account of how to get your recruitment process right, and why a good process is important to ensure that you get the best candidate, conduct recruitment fairly and avoid any legal claims.

In this episode of the podcast I cover:

  • What you should consider before you start a recruitment process.
  • Best practice.
  • Things to avoid.
  • The importance of having objective selection criteria at every stage of the process.
  • What you should include in your process and procedure.
  • What to consider when making an offer of employment.
  • How to prepare for a new starter.
  • The importance of good record keeping.

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The guidance should not be relied upon in any decision making process. It is strongly recommended that you seek advice before taking action.

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