Make sure your recruitment process is legal!
Element#1: Job title
· Did you know there are 11 legal requirements for recruitment?
· Do you know how the Employment Equity Act affects your job advertisement?
· Do you know what checks you can legally conduct on an applicant?
· Are you sure your employment contract includes the 16 clauses the law says you must have?
If you don't have all of these aspects correct, you'll be on the wrong side of the law when it comes to your recruitment process.
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Use the position title from your job description.
Element#2: The job description
Include 2-3 lines that clearly explain the position. Don't go overboard here.
You can also include the key performance areas from your job description as this will explain what the person is expected to do.
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State the minimum qualifications required for the position.
When you say applicants must hold a minimum qualification, you must make sure that the applicant wouldn't have been able to do the job without the qualification.
Sometimes a job applicant might not have the formal application you're looking for, but her work experience is exceptional, so the qualification won't matter that much.
Note that the Employment Equity Act
states that you must recognise an applicant's knowledge and experience when considering her for the position.
Element#4: Skills and experience
Here, be as specific as possible about the minimum skills and experience applicants require to do the job.
Remember to specify if you require experience within a specific industry.
You can also state what personal attributed you wish for applicants to have.
Element#5: AA/EE compliance
If you're only hiring people from designated groups, and you've stated so in your employment equity plan, then in the job title you should state 'Affirmative Action Position'.
Or, at the end of the ad you can state that applicants from designated groups will be given preference.
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