Devon County Council employment information

  1. Which department/person(s) deals with Employment References at your organisation and what is the name of the Head of Department?

Appointing Officers are responsible for dealing with references. They are not managed by a central team. 2. What is the average hourly rate of the person(s) dealing with Job References? (If outsourced, how much do you pay annually for this service?)

 Hourly rates will vary because of the wide range of positions who act as Appointing Officers. 3. How are Employment References requested for new starters? How are they chased up? (Email/telephone/postal service/fax)

Requested by email, chased up by telephone. 4. How are Employment References completed for ex-employees (email/telephone/postal service/fax)?

Provided by email mostly. 5. How many hours (on average) does your company (or the outsourced company) spend, each month, requesting employment references for new candidates?

Devon County Council do not hold data on this as references are not managed centrally but dealt with by all line managers within the Council 6. How many hours (on average) does your company (or the outsourced company) spend, each month, chasing up employment references for new candidates?

The Council do not hold data on this as references are not managed centrally but dealt with by all line managers within the Council 7. How many hours (on average) does your company spend (or the outsourced company), each month, completing employment references for former employees?

The Council do not hold data on this as references are not managed centrally but dealt with by all line managers within the Council

 

  1. How many leavers (on average) does your company have per month?

 

Fifty three

  1. How many new starters (on average) does your company have per month?

 

Forty six

  1. How many staff does your organisation employ at the moment?

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