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Seven sensible procedures are outlined below which should help you avoid mistakes. If you are an employer in the Dudley area we, at CK, can provide you with assistance or any additional information required.
In order to avoid the danger of discriminating in some way, particularly unconsciously, employers must take care to develop and use recruitment procedures which will avoid the risk. Using sensible procedures will also inevitably improve recruitment decisions and the quality of the people, taken on.
Sensible procedures would include the following:
If you are an employer in the Dudley area we will be more than happy to provide you with assistance or any additional information required on good procedures for recruitment so please do contact us at CK.
Dealing with age discrimination can be a complicated matter, especially when making sure the correct systems and processes are in place to avoid such acts. We consider the issues that may be important to you here.
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Our suggestions can help you take on better employees by improving your recruitment process and also avoid making mistakes.
Read our Seven sensible steps to follow whilst recruiting, which should help you avoid mistakes.
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