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Reference Checking for Employment

April 2, 2024 | Author: Adam Wyatt

This article will guide you through the nuances of pre-employment reference checks, ensuring you can make informed hiring decisions.

What Are The Steps In The Hiring Process?

March 2, 2021 | Author: Adam Wyatt

A hiring process involves, as you might expect, the process of finding, selecting and employing new staff in your business.

Hiring Tips for Small Business Owners

January 24, 2019 | Author: Adam Wyatt

Hiring new employees can be a tricky process, especially for small business owners, who may not recruit new employees all that regularly. There are certain legal requirements that need to be followed, but selecting the right person goes beyond this.

How to Spot a Dishonest CV

December 18, 2018 | Author: Adam Wyatt

As an employer when you need new staff, it can be challenging finding the right person for the job. What can make it even more difficult is when potential employees give misleading or false information about themselves to gain a role beyond their capabilities.

Why Good Job Descriptions Are Good Business

November 13, 2018 | Author: Adam Wyatt

More than a routine procedure, a Job Description is one of your most important corporate documents. When written properly they protect your business and help your employees thrive. Here’s why you shouldn’t cut corners on your Job Descriptions.

Ask Our Specialist – Pre-Employment Checks

April 8, 2018 | Author: Adam Wyatt

Under law, both employer and employee have a duty to ensure that the workplace is safe. It is your responsibility to provide employees with the highest level of protection from risks as is reasonably practicable. This includes the dangers that can arise from drug and alcohol use in the workplace.

Ask Our Specialist – Can I Dismiss an Employee Within the 90-Day Trial Period?

March 11, 2018 | Author: Adam Wyatt

One of our employees is not working out. They’ve completed a few of trial days of work before they signed their employment agreement and officially started working with us. The employment agreement included the 90-day trial period. Can we end their employment under the 90-day trial provision?

Ask Our Specialist: What's the Difference Between Contractors and Employees?

October 9, 2017 | Author: Adam Wyatt

Given the difference between employees and independent contractors, getting the employee classified correctly in the first place is hugely important. There are some simple definitions.

Tips and Tricks for Probation Periods

August 3, 2016 | Author: Adam Wyatt

Trial and probation periods are an important aspect of employment but can be confusing for a lot of employers, particularly when it comes to determining how and when to use which type and their associated requirements. While trial and probationary periods can protect employers from the pitfalls associated with hiring the wrong person, they can also cause concern if not applied correctly.

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