Factsheet number: 2.3
Once you've written your advert, you'll start to receive some job applications. This factsheet explains how to sift applications, shortlist applicants, how to arrange interviews and how to appropriately contact unsuccessful applicants.
Downloadable letter templates for inviting applicants to interview and informing them they have not been selected for interview are included within this factsheet.
Factsheet number: 2.5
As an employer, you have a legal obligation to protect against discrimination in the workplace. This factsheet provides information on The Equality Act, the different types of discrimination, genuine occupational requirements and other key facts you need to know.
Factsheet number: 2.1
The first step to take when recruiting is to create a job description for the role and a person specification for your ideal candidate. This factsheet explains the purpose of these documents and how to create them.
Downloadable job description & person specification templates are included to help you create these documents.
Factsheet number: 2.2
This factsheet explains how to write an effective job advert, what makes a good advert, how to draft & improve them as well as information on illegal discrimination and how to avoid it and different advertising methods.
Factsheet number: 2.4
After shortlisting candidates to interview for your role, you will need to prepare questions for the interview. This factsheet outlines the types of effective interviewing skills that you need to get the best Personal Assistant (PA) for your job.
A support sheet containing example interview questions is included within this factsheet to give you an idea of the kind of questions you can ask applicants during the interview.
Factsheet number: 2.6
This policy explains the approach to the recruitment of ex-offenders and aims to help employers comply with the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) code of practice.