Background Checks and Garda Vetting ChecklistPosted in : Templates and Checklists ROI on 13 June 2016
Between data protection, spent convictions and mandatory vetting, background checks in recruitment and selection are becoming a confusing area.
This quarter Linda has prepared a handy checklist for employers and recruitment teams to download to help guide them through this tricky topic.
Employers need to be careful in all aspects of the recruitment process including everything from how the position is advertised, the application form to be completed by the candidates and the ultimate decision to select a successful candidate. The information collected throughout this process and how is it managed and interpreted is a crucial element.
The tips in the checklist should help employers and the recruiting teams when drawing up application
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This article is correct at 13/06/2016
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