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10 Top Tips - Checking Out Future Employees

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Hires who have the right experience, background, and attitude are crucial for businesses. In careers such as nursing, law, and teaching, this is especially true as hires interact externally, as well as internally. Your recruitment process needs to be vigorous, giving you the ability to identify any potential risks, mismatches, or incorrect information. There are a number checks you can introduce into your recruitment process which we have outlined in this slideshare.

Hires who have the right experience, background, and attitude are crucial for businesses. In careers such as nursing, law, and teaching, this is especially true as hires interact externally, as well as internally. Your recruitment process needs to be vigorous, giving you the ability to identify any potential risks, mismatches, or incorrect information. There are a number checks you can introduce into your recruitment process which we have outlined in this slideshare.

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  1. 1. vistage.co.uk 10 Top Tips Checking Out Future Employees
  2. 2. Hiring the right people is essential for running a successful business. In order to avoid unsuitable hires who can cost your business money, time and reputation, your recruitment process needs to be thorough. By carefully screening prospective employees and applying the following ten tips to your recruitment strategy, you can minimise the risk involved: vistage.co.uk
  3. 3. 1. Ask for the original copies of qualifications In some industries, such as finance, qualifications are necessary to demonstrate the skills of your potential employee. Original copies act as verification. vistage.co.uk
  4. 4. 2. Check CVs carefully for inconsistencies or breaks in employment It’s estimated that upward of 50% of all CVs contain exaggerated or misleading information so it’s important that you don’t make a decision based on a skim read. vistage.co.uk
  5. 5. 3. Ask for and follow up on references References can deliver useful character information about your potential employee and deter them from providing false information. Make it clear to candidates when references will be taken, and make sure you get their permission. vistage.co.uk
  6. 6. 4. Fulfil your obligation of checking if an individual has the right to work in the UK It’s a requirement for‘every person, every time’– doing it selectively could land you with a discrimination claim! vistage.co.uk
  7. 7. 5. Use your right to check a candidate’s criminal record If you’re recruiting for positions based with children or vulnerable adults you can check for suitability using the Disclosure and Barring Service. vistage.co.uk
  8. 8. 6. Use one of the specialist employee vetting services for critical posts A robust screening programme can minimise the risk of inappropriate recruitment decisions. Make it clear to candidates that these services will be used, and to what extent. vistage.co.uk
  9. 9. 7. Act appropriately and accordingly when it comes to social media searches Information you gather about candidates needs to be relevant to the post and not kept any longer than necessary. vistage.co.uk
  10. 10. 8. Don’t ask pre-employment medical screening questions Only ask for this personal information when it is necessary to ensure that the candidate can carry out a function that is intrinsic to the job. vistage.co.uk
  11. 11. 9. Create a well-planned selection process Move beyond the CV, think about selection tasks, simulation and plan specific probing questions that will deliver the insights you need to make a decision. vistage.co.uk
  12. 12. 10. Make sure that an offer of employment is clearly subject to any checks made being satisfactory to you Even if a check is unsatisfactory, it’s always good practice to give the candidate the opportunity to explain their side of the story – you otherwise may miss a star employee! vistage.co.uk
  13. 13. vistage.co.uk Almost half of employers (45 percent) said that the time taken to fill open positions has grown since 2014, which could potentially lead to a skills gap for some businesses. Despite this, it’s important that your recruitment process is careful, thorough and fair. Waiting for a star employee is not necessarily a bad thing. Source: 10 Top Tips for Checking Out Your Future Employees - Ken Allison (Vistage blog)
  14. 14. vistage.co.uk Takeaways: If you’re going to carry out any vetting, disclosure checks, or ask for references, make sure you let your prospective employee know. Investing time in the recruitment and selection process can save your business time, money, and reputation further down the line. It’s important that any new hires are a good fit for your business goals and company culture.
  15. 15. vistage.co.uk DOWNLOAD NOW! Fine-Tune Your People Skills and Transform Your Business. Download: The Business Leadership Toolkit

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