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If you're a new employer, here are the practical steps you can take to make sure you get your recruitment right the first time. Any mistakes in the process could be very costly for you, but they’re also pretty easy to avoid. We guide you through the commonest pitfalls.
Recruiting doesn’t have to give you a headache, but you do need to be prepared, use your time effectively, and really mean business. But it’s also costly and risky. We provide the expert support and advice you need to get all the basics right and give it the best chance of success.
The Human Resource supports employers in getting the basics of employment right, such as writing terms & conditions of employment tailored to your business, employment policies and job descriptions. We give practical advice on recruitment, pension auto enrollment, pay & benefits. We can also act as a one-stop-shop by referring you to our trusted partners in insurance broking, payroll, health & safety and immigration visas.
To start you off on the right track, here's a checklist of the practical steps you need to take before employing anyone and after your new employee has started.
The Expert Interviewer’s Guide
Never choose the wrong applicant again
Stay out of employment tribunals by learning which interview questions to avoid
Enhance your company’s reputation as a great employer
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Managing poor performance in the team is a scenario any manager will have to face sooner or later. Not everyone will be able to do the job they’re in, whether it’s due to external stresses or unsuitability for the role, but this guide will help you to prepare to cope with this. Learn how to manage poor performance by downloading your free E-book:
Managing Poor Performance
Build a truly high performing team
Tackle the real employee problems with confidence
Don’t turn a blind eye to sub-standard work
This Managing People Guide from ACAS is a complete collection of know-how for anyone taking on management responsibility for the first time – and a practical update for more experienced managers looking to refresh and develop. With practical examples, it's all in here - from delegating to difficult conversations to developing team members and plenty more besides