Avoiding Common Recruitment Traps

Posted by Kristy-Lee Billett on 24 September 2018
Is it possible that a successful recruitment project can come about less because of your exceptional planning and structures, and more because you knew where the traps were and most importantly how to avoid them? Here are some of the most common traps employers fall into when recruiting staff- and my tips on how to avoid them!
The 'anyone is better than nothing' trap
When you need to hire a new staff member you typically don't have time on your side. So you are ei...
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The Boss of HR Documents - Position Descriptions

Posted by Kristy-Lee Billett on 24 September 2018
The Boss of HR Documents - Position Descriptions
As a business owner of manager you may think you have a million more important things to do than write a Position Description for every role in your company. Particularly in small business, where there is a need for flexibility within the scope and responsibility and daily duties of each individual, to meet the fluctuating needs and demands of a fluid business structure, these 'structured' documents can often seem limiting and unnecessary. However, accurate and detailed Position De...
Posted in: HR Position Descriptions  

Hiring your first employee

Posted by Matt Heighway on 24 September 2018
Hiring your first employee
Sometimes just knowing where to start when hiring your first staff member can be the most daunting thing. For many of us, hiring the first staff member into our business is a huge step not only because it means exciting things like growth and opportunity, but it often also means we need to let go of some control, trust someone else with our 'baby' and let this person in to our business world. So to help those who find themselves in this position, here are the basic things to focus ...
Posted in: Recruitment Small Business  
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