Recruitment documents and templates library

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If you need effective, legal recruitment tools to hire the right people, use these model documents and templates, employee letters, forms, guides, and scripts.

Our library includes a wide range of customisable templates and forms that will save you time and effort while ensuring compliance with UK employment legislation. With our expertly crafted templates, you'll be able to manage all aspects of the recruitment process with ease, from job postings and candidate selection, to vetting and onboarding.

Our library includes template:

  • Job descriptions
  • Interview guides
  • Offer letters
  • Reference request forms
  • Equal opportunities monitoring forms

Each template is designed to be fully customisable to meet the specific needs of your organisation. With clear instructions for use and guidance on UK employment legislation, you can be sure that your recruitment process will be legally compliant and well-managed.

Don't waste valuable time creating your own templates from scratch. With our Recruitment Document Templates Library, you can access a wealth of expertly crafted resources that will help you manage your organisation's recruitment process with ease. Start using our library today and take the hassle out of recruitment.

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What is the purpose of recruitment documents and templates?

Recruitment is the onboarding process that starts from identifying the need to employ someone to perform a role/task, selecting candidates through advertising (agencies / job board / press etc.), interviewing (and testing), offering terms, commencing employment and though to the point that probation is complete.

Recruitment templates are pre-designed documents that provide a framework for various stages of the recruitment process. These templates can help to streamline and standardise the recruitment process, save time, and ensure consistency in the hiring process. Recruitment templates are commonly used in areas such as job postings, job applications, interview guides, and offer letters.

Using recruitment templates can help you to ensure that all job postings, job applications, interviews, and offers are consistent, fair, and comply with relevant laws and regulations. However, it is important to customise these templates to ensure that they reflect the specific needs and policies of your organisation / and the job position being filled.

All our recruitment templates, document and guidance meet the legal / best practice frameworks in all relevant UK legislation or Codes of Practice (examples below), to help you minimise your risk and ensure you maintain good practice and compliance:

  • Equality Act 2010: This act prohibits discrimination on the grounds of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage or civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex, or sexual orientation during recruitment, selection, and hiring process.

  • Data Protection Act 2018: This legislation regulates the processing of personal data, including information collected during the recruitment process, and employers must ensure that they comply with data protection principles when handling candidate information.

  • The National Minimum Wage Act 1998: This legislation sets the minimum wage that employers must pay to their employees, including those during the recruitment process.

  • The Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974: This act regulates the disclosure of criminal records during recruitment and selection, specifying when and how employers can request information about previous convictions or cautions.

  • The Working Time Regulations 1998: These regulations set out the maximum number of working hours per week, minimum rest breaks, and minimum annual leave entitlement for employees, including those during the recruitment process.

  • The Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Act 2006: This act requires employers to conduct right to work checks on all new employees to ensure that they have the legal right to work in the UK.

Our toolkit or template pages highlight (where applicable) the specific legislations that are relevant to each template, and how they help the template meet the required standards.

Includes 114 templates and documents, arranged into helpful toolkits:
Policy templates in our Recruitment documents and templates library
Policies
9
Guide templates in our Recruitment documents and templates library
Guides
12
Letter templates in our Recruitment documents and templates library
Letters
37
Form templates in our Recruitment documents and templates library
Forms
42
Contract templates in our Recruitment documents and templates library
Contracts
8
Script templates in our Recruitment documents and templates library
Scripts
4
Plan templates in our Recruitment documents and templates library
Plans
2

Our Job Design Templates Toolkit streamlines the process of creating well-defined job roles, fostering clarity and productivity within the organisation.

Toolkit contents

Our Job Interview Templates Toolkit simplifies the interview process, ensuring consistency and efficiency in candidate evaluation.

Toolkit contents

Our Reference Request Templates Toolkit simplifies the process of seeking employment references, ensuring efficiency and compliance with relevant regulations.

Toolkit contents

Why choose our Recruitment documents and templates library?

Our content:

Is easy to edit and execute, with comprehensive implementation guidance.
Is designed by accredited, experienced HR practitioners.
Maintains your compliance with ACAS guidelines, legislation, and industry best practices.
Includes 12 months access to your purchase, with email alerts if updated or expanded.

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Wasting money buying documents that don't meet best practice or legislation.
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Wasting time creating documents from scratch.

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