As many senior practitioners are aware, recruiting new employees is an expensive business, not only in terms of recruitment costs but also in terms of the time that existing staff commit to the process. Recruiting new staff is also an inexact science, as even the most experienced will admit that they have not always got it right in appointing people to particular posts. It is more important than ever in the current early years recruitment crisis that new staff undergo an ongoing, effective induction programme. This will give them the knowledge, understanding and skills to support our youngest children in their most formative years, advises Kay Crosse.

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