Delivered by a Recruitment Director with over 20 years' experience, this workshop will give information on how to recruit staff effectively.
You will learn how to develop job descriptions, recruitment advertisements and about best practice interviewing techniques. An overview of the legal side of recruiting, essential to avoid potential litigation will also be given.
Steve Guest, Managing Director, Techconsult UK Ltd
Who should attend:
This workshop is particularly beneficial to pre-start businesses and businesses looking to recruit new staff.
On the day you will:
- Learn about identifying what is required in your next employee and the type of person you need
- Learn how to get people interested and where to place job adverts to promote vacancies
- Learn how to make sure that the selection process is fair and does not discriminate or breach employment laws
- Find out how to interview effectively
- Find out how to make job offers and take references
- Learn how best to help your new employee get up and running
- Learn how to work with an employment agency or resourcing consultancy and how to get the most from them
09:00 - Registration
09.15 - Introductions
09.30 - Workshop Part 1
11.00 - Coffee Break
11.15 - Workshop Part 2
12:30 - Finish & Networking
Free parking is available at the Materials Processing Institute
Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?
If you have any questions regarding this Workshop, please contact us at:
Tel: 01642 382000
This Workshop is being hosted by the Materials Processing Institute as part of the Business Compass Start Up Programme.
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The Materials Processing Institute
The Materials Processing Institute is a world leading not-for-profit international technology and innovation centre supporting industry, government and academia.
The Institute has expertise in materials, materials processing and energy, specialising in challenging processes, particularly those involving high specification materials, high temperatures and difficult operating conditions.
Project teams, scientists and engineers work across all industrial sectors to develop, prove, prototype and scale-up new products, materials and processes. Cutting edge technology and science based expertise is used to develop new technology and improve existing materials and processes.
Support ranges from project specific investigations, through to multi-project research programmes and this is available for start-ups and SMEs through to larger multinartional organisations.
SME Technology Centre
Our SME Technology Centre supports SMEs and Start Up businesses by providing:
- Access to funds and networking opportunities
- Research, development and process enhancement facilities
- Access to leading scientific expertise
- Office space and conferencing facilities
- Business support services