Recruiting your first employee or staff member.
As your business grows, it will become necessary to take on someone to help, your new employee. Getting recruitment wrong can be a costly mistake so take the time to recruit and onboard your new staff member properly.
When you decide to hire someone for the first time.
Recruitment preparation is key. Understand the responsibilities and duties you expect your new employee to undertake and be clear with the job description. Don’t under sell or overplay the role to the potential new staff member as this will only leady to issues further down the line.
I’m a small business, does this affect how I recruit?
If you are a small business, it doesn’t matter where you are a sole trader or limited company, employment law doesn’t change and good recruitment practices apply regardless. You may decide to recruit a new employee or a new worker depending on the needs of your business at the time.
Between us we have many years of experience in recruiting and will be able to assist your business in all aspects of finding your new employee or staff member to help you grow your business.
Getting started is often the most difficult stage and working out what to include in a job description can be difficult.
We can help you draft your job descriptions and job adverts. We can manage the process or advise and guide on search, selection and interviewing techniques in any industry, for all types of recruitment including executive search, graduate programmes, internships and apprenticeships.
Supporting you in recruiting as your internal recruiter, we can provide a bespoke recruitment service to your organisation. We will take time to understand your company culture, the role and the specification of person you are looking for. We will use the latest recruitment methods alongside tried and tested ones, ensuring total legal compliance along the way.
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It is so important to get this right
Employment contracts, employee handbooks and employment policies.
All organisations must comply with the employment law, rules and regulations.
Failing to meet your legal obligations will either be unlawful or illegal and can lead to disputes or tribunal claims.