TITLE

Take the risk out of hiring

AUTHOR(S)
Exten-Wright, Jonathan
PUB. DATE
March 2005
SOURCE
Cabinet Maker;3/25/2005, Issue 5431, p13
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article presents some suggestions for employers before hiring an employee. Some preventive measures should always be taken before selecting a person to avoid corruption, fraud, and security breaches. Those involved in hiring staff should check their procedures to ensure every opportunity is taken to minimise the risk of hiring someone unsuitable. Employers may consider using probationary periods during which they can observe the employee's performance. But, even though the requirement of two years' continuity of service means most if not all probationers will not be protected from unfair dismissal, an individual may still bring claims if dismissed without cause. INSET: Finding details.
ACCESSION #
16627851

 

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