Use these 9 principles when recognising employees:
To attract the best candidates, you need a killer job advertisement.
Think of it like this: Your job ad must get the right people to buy into your job or company that you’re selling. Get this... [read more]
You must give your employees an employment contract when they start work (BCEA). Without this document, your employees won’t know the terms and conditions of their employment.
But drafting... [read more]
You must have a job description before you even think of putting a job ad together.
This way, you’ll have a clear idea of the minimum skill and experience you require and can make sure you write... [read more]
A recruitment and selection policy is the key to a smooth recruitment drive.
It controls the way you recruit and helps you choose the candidate who’s the best fit for the position.
Yet even... [read more]
Have you ever sat in an interview and realised the candidate is totally wrong for the position. And that you’ve been wasting your time going through the interview process?
You don’t have to go... [read more]
You must use fair criteria when selecting suitable job applicants (Employment Equity Act).
If you don’t, your hiring practices won’t be fair and the DoL could charge you penalties of up to... [read more]
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