Preparing to RecruitA Seven Part Article Series
Finding the best new recruits for your growing business is a tough challenge but it's not impossible. We've been doing it for over 15 years and understand the time, energy and techniques it takes.
To help you through some of the more complex stages in the recruitment process we have written this seven part article series, each article will give you a head start with some of the tasks you need to do if you're looking to hire new staff.
What we'll be covering:
- Part 1 - Knowing what you need
- Part 2 - Writing a Job Description
- Part 3 - Assessing CVs
- Part 4 - A Comprehensive Guide to Interviewing Candidates
- Part 5 - Conducting an Interview
- Part 6 - Writing Offer Letters
- Part 7 - Counter Offer Advice
Let's get Started ...
Knowing what you need
As your business grows, so will your need for skilled new team members. Lay down a solid foundation.
Writing a Job Description
After understanding the basics of what you need in your new recruit, it's time to start writing up the job...
Receiving a large number of CVs sounds like a good thing, that is, until you start the job of sorting them.
As with anything, the key to conducting a successful interview starts with the planning.
Conducting an Interview
At the most important stage of the recruitment process, it's easy for you both to feel the pressure.
You've completed the interview process and you're now ready to make an offer to the candidate.
Counter Offer Advice
When your hiring new staff it's always best to presume they will be counter-offered.