Many things have made modern life much easier and for employers recruiting the right person is one such task.
Employers have been allowed to do criminal record checks on job applicants but the right to continue doing so is now under question.
Many recent school leavers will take their first tentative steps into the world of work through the apprenticeship scheme (1), but it’s an option that appears to be frowned upon by numerous parents (2,
We all make mistakes and it is the impact and corrective action that will usually determine how costly a blunder can be.
Rejecting an unsuccessful job applicant should be pretty straightforward, but if it’s done illegally it can be costly.
We all make mistakes from time to time and when employers do correcting it may not always be as straightforward as it seems.
The work needed to get recruitment right
With research revealing that a high number of job applicants admit lying on their CV getting the recruitment process right is crucial.
Job interviews have to be one of the most daunting aspects of job hunting. In an ever competative business & jobs environment you have to make sure that you are always at the top of your game to ensure you get ahead.
When job hunting giving a good first impression is key to your success in landing your dream job. Your CV/Resume is often the first thing a potential employer has to judge your candidacy.
Rogue bosses are exploiting young apprentices by getting them to act as skivvies and make the tea.