San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Recruiting & Managing your First Employee
Monday 28th April 2014
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Recruiting and managing your first employee can be an extremely tricky practice to get right for an entrepreneur or small business. And the implications of getting it wrong can be very costly.
This course will help all partcipants understand the stages and complexities of the recruitment and management process whether you are looking to employ people today or are planning for the future
1. Identify why new staff are required and what the benefits are to the business
2. Consider if and when the business is 'ready' to recruit staff
3. How and where to recruit the talent you need
4. Contracts and renumeration packages (pros and cons and what motivates people)
5. Induction and professional development of new staff.
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When & Where
UCL Advances, UCL's centre for entrepreneurship and business interaction, helps anyone who wants to learn about, start or grow a business. It’s primary role is to promote a culture of entrepreneurship on campus and engagement with entrepreneurs and small businesses beyond UCL’s boundaries. It works to support start-ups and small businesses across London by helping them to access the technical and business expertise of UCL’s staff and students through a series of programmes to help support ambitious young companies.
UCL Advances is affiliated with UCL Enterprise, which provides UCL’s structures for engaging with business for commercial and societal benefit.