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Posted on 21 June 2023 by Global Connections

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Job ads - what not to say

The biggest danger employers face when drafting job adverts is falling foul of discrimination law. What can you say and what can’t you say? From worknest.

Recruitment checklist

Acas template to help employers recruit staff. 

Free to download and use.

Recruitment - introduction

Looks at the main stages of the recruitment and resourcing process, from defining the role to making the appointment, from CIPD

Templates for employers

Acas example letters, forms, policies and HR documents for employers and HR managers to download and adapt for their own organisation.

Minimum wage: work experience and internships

Calling an unpaid worker ‘unpaid’ or ‘a volunteer’, even if the individual agrees to this, does not prevent them from qualifying for the minimum wage if they are entitled, from GOV.UK.

Voluntary organisations: unpaid office holders

HMRC information about reimbursement of expenses, tax, subsistence, and some worked examples.

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