Recruitment documents ❭ Job creation document templates
Before you commence the process or recruiting a candidate, there are some housekeeping tasks to complete so that the role is fully understood, the right stakeholders are selected, and the role is appropriately signed off.
Approval to recruit form template
Hiring managers should seek authorisation for recruitment to all positions. This includes the use of temporary agency and consultancy staff. This form will support a formal request and approval process.
Job advert wording form template
A job advert is used to post jobs and helps standardise them across a business. A good template should list things that attract great candidates, rather than listing requirements and qualifications.
Job description form template
An outline job description including the main headings to use, the role's main duties and who the employee will report to.
Person specification form template
A person specification states the minimum set of capabilities a person needs to have in order for them to be appointed into a position. The primary use of the person specification is to assist in the recruitment and selection of a new employee. It can be separate to the role profile, or standalone.
The person specification highlights the experience, qualifications, skills, knowledge, abilities, personal attributes, behaviours and competencies that are required for a person to be appointed into the role.
View my Recruitment template packThe 4 Job creation document templates listed above can also be purchased as part of my Recruitment template pack.
TUPE stands for the Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations and its purpose is to protect employees if the business in which they are employed changes hands
Job offer documents
Job offer letters start the employment relationship off on a positive note
Undertaking an investigation will often be required as part of a disciplinary or grievance process
Settlement agreement documents
Settlement agreements are legally binding contracts which can be used to end an employment relationship on agreed terms