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Finding & Recruiting Staff

What needs to be done when recruiting new staff? How do you attract the best candidates? What questions need to be asked at the interview to ensure you select the right person for the job?
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The Behavioural Approach To Interviewing

by Byron Kalies

Once they know how personalities work, individuals and organisations find it easier to effect change. We will cover some of the techniques and skills required to conduct an interview.

Systematic Preparation Vital For Interviewers

by Byron Kalies

A good basic premise for any interview is that future performance is best predicted by looking at what has gone before. Therefore, if someone has successfully managed a division or company at some point in the past, the chances are they will be able to do so again. It should be easy enough to determine this, but life has a way of making things complicated. That is why you need to take certain steps to ensure a thorough assessment process.

Innovative Ways To Succeed In Sourcing

by Capital H Group

Employers are typically highly reliant on employee referral networks for recruiting fresh talent. While highly popular - and highly effective - employee referral programs can also get stale after a few years. What follows are some ideas, gathered from our recruiting experts, for getting better results.

The Positive Power Of The Magnetic Employer

by Helen Macdonald

Here’s a question you may not have been asked before. Is your business an Employee Magnet?

Employment Contracts Explained

by NSW Business Chamber

Every employment relationship where an employee performs work for a wage, salary or commission is underpinned by a contract of employment. This is a legally enforceable agreement, either oral or written, (or partly written and partly oral), between an employer and an employee that defines the terms and conditions to which both parties must adhere.

Employers: It's Time To Get On The Brandwagon!

by Ambit Group

Over the last few years Australian industry and commerce have started to embrace Employer Branding as a key tool in the development of their ‘Employer of Choice’ positioning and the subsequent recruitment and retention of the best possible talent.

Recruitment: How To Hire The Right Person For The Job

To ensure you hire good employees, and avoid potential termination problems, you need to follow a well thought out, systematic and documented process.

The Selection Process: Key Considerations For A Better Bet

by Capital H Group

We have compiled some pointers below on how companies can best fine-tune and integrate their selection practices from a holistic perspective. None of these practices, on their own, will ensure a perfect match every time but, taken together and applied in a systemic fashion, they can raise the odds of hiring a good fit.

Avoid Discrimination Issues When Recruiting - Guidelines

by NSW Business Chamber

Hiring employees can raise a number of potential legal issues for employers and those involved in the recruitment process. Potential risks are inherent in all three basic stages of recruitment: advertising and interviewing, deciding who to employ and making the offer of employment.

How To Reduce Your Exposure To Unfair Dismissals

by NSW Business Chamber

No employer wants to face an unfair dismissal claim. You may feel that you have a contented team now - but even the best of staff relationships can break down over time.

Getting The Right People - People Who Fit

by Paul Phillips

The article "Are People Your Most Important Asset? - Not Necessarily!" discussed "getting the right people on the bus" before deciding where to drive it. A key factor in getting the right people is understanding what competencies we are looking for and how to find out if someone has these.

The Right Person In The Right Job

by Harry Wolfe

How can you appoint the 'right-person-to-the-right-job', every time?

Effective Induction - More Than Showing Them The Lunch Room

by Paul Phillips

Induction or orientation to the work place typically involves showing the new employee around, telling them about the organisation and showing them where they will be working - if it happens at all.

Intelligent, Adaptable People + Cultural Fit = Sky's The Limit!

by Spectrum Personnel

Choosing the right employee for your organisation can be very difficult.

Setting 'Expectations Of Success' For That New Employee

by Paul Phillips

While "throwing them in the deep end" might sound challenging for a new employee, it can be a careless way to treat your new investment. We recently heard of a new employee calling his wife at lunchtime on his first day in the new job to say he was coming home. The treatment, or lack of it, he received told him he had made the wrong choice.

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