Recruitment

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  • Types of job advertisment
  • interviews
  • Contracts 
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RECRUITING INTERNALLY

·        You can create posters to put on notice boards or send around e-mails in order to advertise the new post.

·         It is a lot cheaper to do it this way because you don’t have to pay for advertisement costs.

·         The post can also be filled quicker.

The candidates also know about the firm and the way it works, therefore it will be quicker and less training will have to be carried out

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RECRUITING EXTERNALLY

·         If hoping to recruit Externally the company will have to decide where to advertise.

·         Not many jobs are advertised in the national press due to expenses.

·         When recruiting externally, it can get very expensive.

·         However “new blood”, it could benefit the company 

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RECRUITING EXTERNALLY

·         If hoping to recruit Externally the company will have to decide where to advertise.

·         Not many jobs are advertised in the national press due to expenses.

·         When recruiting externally, it can get very expensive.

·         However “new blood”, it could benefit the company 

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INTERVIEWS

·         Formal -  interviewer will ask a set number of questions and make notes of the answers

·         Informal – More casual in the form of a conversation. The candidates will be more relaxed to show their personalities. 

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CONTRACTS OF EMPLOYMENT

·         It will tell the employees...

1)    The hours they have to work

2)    Their pay and the date of payment

3)    Holidays

4)    Sickness pay

5)    Starting date

6)    Job Title

7)    Any other information such as pension schemes. 

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ENDING CONTRACTS

·         Redundancy – You must be 18 to get redundancy pay and work for the company for a year.

·         Dismissal – If you break your contract or poor performance.

·         Resign – you can leave your job after giving in a notice which will be stated in their contract.

·         Retirement – When an employee finishes their working career. Usually about 65-70 years.

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