firms failing to hire the right graduate and end up having to
repeat the recruitment
Hiring the right sales graduate right the first time is
becoming increasingly important to save costs and maximise their
working relationship. Group recruitment manager for New Look retailers Lee
Evans told the recruiter that companies hiring sales staff are done
correctly to avoid costly employment tribunals, recruitment fees
and other problems can be avoided.
This comes after David Cameron stated that a
new UK employee’s charter will come into play allowing firms to
dismiss workers in their first two years of employment without
threat of a tribunal. This helps companies grow and to make
employees wait longer before they can bring unfair dismissal claims
and have to pay fees to access tribunals.
The proposals to be launched this month were
among those discussed by the Prime Minister at a Downing Street
jobs summit attended by large employers such as Tesco, Mc Donald’s,
and InterContinental Hotels. This drive is to promote
‘pro-business, ‘pro-growth’, and ‘pro-jobs’ for business to
stimulate UK economic growth and decrease unemployment.
David Frost, director general of the British Chambers of
Commerce, said: "Year after year, business has said that
private-sector job creation depends on giving employers the
flexibility they need to hire and fire. We constantly argue that
regulation is an increasing barrier to jobs growth. Despite this,
successive governments have increased rather than decreased the
burden.” With unemployment rising this comes as a drastic measure
to provide business with the flexibility to hire and fire employees
to find that perfect employee.
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