It's important to follow the right steps when you recruit a new employee.
Once you've held recruitment interviews and decided which candidate to employ, you need to make that person a job offer. To make the job offer official, and to avoid the potential for employment disputes further down the line, you should make the offer in writing. Make sure that the letter is clear about exactly what is being offered.
Remember, you can make your job offer conditional upon the candidate meeting certain conditions, such as proving their right to work in the UK, satisfactory references or evidence that they hold certain qualifications.
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