I have recruited a new employee but they have said they cannot start until much later due to the pandemic. Should I withdraw the offer?
As a manger you should have a conversation with the newly recruited member of staff to discuss their situation. You may also be able to discuss alternative hours to allow them to start employment in the short term. If they are still unable to start …
We will continue to recruit clinical and essential staff during this period.
Interviews which are essential and still taking place should be conducted via alternatives to face to face meetings e.g. Skype, WhatsApp video, FaceTime or telephone. Where recruiting managers do not feel it is suitable to assess someone’s suitability via these means, they should contact the …
I have already advertised a post but it is not essential I undertake the recruitment at this time. What should I do?
If you would like the post to be suspended you can email the recruitment team on RecruitmentBarnsley@swyt.nhs.uk with the job reference number and the message you wish to send the candidates. The recruitment team will then send an update to them via NHS Jobs.
Pre-employment checks are being completed online until further notice. Candidates should be asked to either scan their ID and the recruitment documents via email or take photos of them on their phone and email them to email@example.com to process. Candidates should be advised that they …
If the member of staff has been recruited through the Trust’s regular recruitment process and is not being recruited as a direct link to the coronavirus pandemic, normal Trust processes will apply and a DBS check must be in place before they start (unless they …
Yes, provided their DBS check is at the right level. You must ask your new starter to take a photograph of their certificate so that the recruitment team can check the status of their subscription online.
Yes. Help and support is available from the recruitment team (firstname.lastname@example.org) or the DBS team (email@example.com)
Will I have to do all the employment checks for anyone joining us through the national or internal Bring Back Staff campaigns?
No, these checks will be completed by the relevant recruitment team on your behalf as part of the fast track emergency recruitment processes.
I have a member of staff who has agreed to join the Trust through the national Bring Back Staff campaign. Do we have to wait for their DBS check to come back before they can start?
If the individual has had a DBS in the last 3 years (and is at the right level e.g. enhanced with relevant barring list checks) then we will assess the suitability of the individual based on this information and ensure relevant risk assessments are in …
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