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Recruitment and Selection Process

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Recruitment and Selection Process There could be several reasons why business needs to recruit more employees. It is vital that a business uses information about any changes in its commercial environment and internal changes within the business to accurately project the quantity and quality of human resources that will be required. The target of every recruitment and selection process should be to ensure that the right person is chosen for the job. If the right person is not chosen then it might effect the organisation in a negative way, in terms of organisational effectiveness, staff and individual morale, and staff turnover. Getting the recruitment wrong represents wastage of a business's finances, however, getting recruitment right represents a worthwhile investment. ...read more.

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Below, is the recruitment and selection process that I will carry out. Job Description A job description should be created for every job role. The document states the overall purpose of the job and the key tasks and responsibilities of a maths teacher. The following is the job description for the required maths teacher. Person Specification An accurate person specification is an essential part of an effective recruitment process. Person specification will enable me to look for exactly what type skills and qualities that are required by the candidates. It will allow me to make accurate comparisons between candidates against the specific requirements of the person needed to fill the job role. ...read more.

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Legal, Self-regulatory, Social, and Ethical Responsibilities There is a wide range of legislation that exists to protect employees, which is designed to ensure the employers go through their responsibilities, by particularly avoiding discrimination and respecting equal opportunities both to the existing staff and to the applicants during the recruitment. There is legislation covering sex discriminations, employment equality regulations, disability discrimination and employment protection. Ursuline High School must ensure that they follow their legal and ethical responsibilities relating to discrimination and equal opportunities when recruiting staff. This includes job advertisements, which means that the school has legal as well as ethical responsibilities both to prevent discrimination in the work place as well as to apply equal opportunities policies in the recruitment and selection process Unaiza Haque 12 Angela Mr Chee Tan GCE Applied Business Studies ...read more.

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