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Recruitment advice

Recruitment Advice
Current global economy and difficult market conditions means maintaining low operational costs within your business has never been so crucial. 
Successful operators within the Hospitality, Catering & Leisure industries recognise the importance of making the right hiring decisions to avoid high levels of staff turnover and invest accordingly. 
Within today’s fast moving, competitive recruitment market and taking into account the cost of recruitment, the time and resources allocated to training, attracting the best available talent to your business is vital. 
Ensure you have the right tools in place.
Job Description
As an introduction to your company, it’s important to make a good first impression.
A well-drafted Job Description properly outlining the role responsibilities and key candidate attributes desired should also promote attractive / positive aspects of the vacancy and company. 
Include information on your company strengths, structure, operations and concept(s). You should also highlight future business plans e.g. expansion or change of location.
The Job description should include details on the salary package available. Be sure to include information on bonus structures and performance related incentives alongside significant benefits such as:
Private Pension Plan
Private Medical / Health Care packages
Life Insurance
Interest Free Travel Loans / Season Tickets
Clothes Allowance
Company Mobile / Laptop / Car
Childcare vouchers
Whether a large corporation or a small, independent business – a well planned and executed document communicating all of the above can only aid you in attracting your ideal candidate.
Discrimination Law
The Equality Act 2010 
Current anti-discrimination law ensures all employees have the right to work in an environment which doesn’t discriminate against the following:
Race / Ethnicity
Religion / Belief
Gender / Gender Reassignment
Sexuality / Sexual Orientation
Marriage or Civil Partnership
Pregnancy & Maternity
The legislation not only relates to existing employees, but potential employees. It’s essential to ensure your advertising, interview and final selection process does not discriminate against any unlawful characteristics (see above).
(EEO) Equal Employment Opportunity Information
Quality EEO sources provide information on equal employment opportunity issues covering diversity within the workplace, disabled workers and other EEO related topics.
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