Email - Unsuccessful at Interview
This email template informs candidates that they been unsuccessful for the role. It can be easily edited to include any special entitlements or conditions that are required by your company.
Email - not shortlisted
This email template informs candidates that they have not been shortlisted to the next stage. It can be easily edited to include any special entitlements or conditions that are required by your company.
Presentation Assessment Guide
Evaluate your candidate's presentation using this assessment guide.
Email - Confirmation of Interview
Wanting to invite a successful candidate to an interview? Use this template as a basis for your email to invite a candidate to the next stage.
Delay in recruitment process letter
Simplify correspondence with candidates during the recruitment process - use this template to inform candidates of latest progress.
Final Written Warning Letter
A letter template, which can be used to issue a final written warning to an employee who has breached company policy.
Performance Development Plan
The Performance Development Plan is a proactive approach to motivating and developing employees and looks at goals and career growth. The fundamental reason for having the plan is to help managers work with the people on their team to identify and document valuable business and personal goals.
Learning & Development Checklist
This checklist can be used to tick off the key fundamentals of training and developing either a new employee or current employee.
The fundamental reason for having the plan is to help invest in your employees through training, which leads to better retention, productivity, and satisfaction.
Casual Employment Agreement
A template for an Individual Employment Agreement for Casual Employees.
Use this Induction Checklist to collect the appropriate information required for the employee's personnel file. It also ensures that the employment agreement has been signed by the employee prior to starting employment and that the employer has evidence of the identification of the applicant and all the legal paperwork. It is important that the relationship with the employee is clearly outlined and that expectations from both sides have been clarified.
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