Recruitment Process in Health and Social Care : Report

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TABLE OF CONTENTSINTRODUCTION...........................................................................................................................11.1 Considering factors while the recruitment process...............................................................11.2 Influence of legislation on selection, recruitment and employment of a person...................11.3 Approaches for selecting the best individuals.......................................................................22.1 Theories of way people interact in groups............................................................................32.2 Approaches for effective team working................................................................................3CONCLUSION................................................................................................................................3REFERENCES................................................................................................................................5
INTRODUCTIONHealth and social care is considered as a very effective sector as it provides enormoussupport to the people who are actually in need of it (Brett and et.al, 2014). Also, it helps inemploying much number of people. There are some factors that needs to be ensure whilerecruiting people in this sector. Also, legislations have some impact in favour of the employeesworking in this sector. Various ways and methods can be used in order to search the skilled andrelevant ones for the health and social sector. Along with this, it involves the importance of teamwork and ways to make it more effective.1.1 Considering factors while the recruitment processThere are some factors that needs to be considered while the planning for the recruitmentof people in the health and social care and these are discussed as under :The health and social care centre must have a policy before initiating the recruitment andselection of people. It is necessary because it helps in ensuring the fact that everyone inthe centre is focusing and working on the same targets and goals that are to be achieved.Thus, it has its own impact of the individuals also to ensure for the same.Selecting the one who is actually talented and can bring improvements in the culture andproductivity of the health and social acre instead of selected the one who has a betterresume is important. The person should be dedicated enough for learning and workunder the management (Moule and Hek, 2011).Also, instead of checking their academic results, the health and social care centre canalso look for the fact that whether the person has some experience or not. It is because intraining an experienced one, the centre may have to put in fewer efforts as compared tothe freshers.The health and social care centre may also organise some tests or sessions in which theycan be able to check the ability of the person. Focusing on the capability rather than ongrades can seem a better choice for the health and social care.1.2 Influence of legislation on selection, recruitment and employment of a personLegislations and policy frameworks play an essential role as it helps in involving someways to provide some sort of help and support to the individuals working in the health and socialcare. There are various laws and each provide some different sort of support to the peopleworking. A very well known and common example of this can be considered as the Equality Act1
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