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13 May 2014

Steeles Law sponsoring Norfolk Chamber HR Forum: 18 June 2014

With economic forecasts slowly improving, recruitment activity is increasing for many employers.  It is important to ensure that recruitment processes are watertight, not only to increase the chances of selecting the best person for the job but also to avoid the risk of potential claims of discrimination by unsuccessful candidates.

Steeles Law is proud to be sponsoring the forthcoming Norfolk Chamber of Commerce HR Forum on Wednesday 18 June 2014, which will focus on recruitment issues.

Expert speakers from the Steeles Law employment team will be looking at the following aspects of the recruitment process:

  • Conducting a fair recruitment process
  • Ensuring your employment documentation achieves what you want it to
  • Carrying out pre-employment checks
  • Asking about medical conditions
  • Effective use of the probationary period
  • What if things go wrong?

Our employment team comments: “finding the best possible candidate for the job is a priority for all employers but not every employer follows the best recruitment practice, which can lead to problems later on.  At this HR Forum we will examine the key steps necessary to ensure a legally watertight recruitment procedure, with some clear and practical guidance on this topic”.

The HR Forum will be held at Dunston Hall near Norwich from 2pm to 5pm, Wednesday 18 June 2014.  Further information, including details of how to book, is available on the Chamber of Commerce website.