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How to prepare and succeed in Phone Interviews

In today’s digital world, technology is playing a bigger role in the recruitment process and phone interviews are becoming the norm, especially amongst recruiters that have a large number of candidates to screen. Whilst you might think phone interviews sound like an easier option than a face-to-face interview, it’s worth being aware of the pros and cons. Preparation is the … Continued

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20 Questions you shouldn’t ask in an interview

When you’re in the hot seat, there’s a good chance that your interviewer will turn the tables at some point and ask, “Do you have any questions for me?” When you have the floor, you’ll want to take full advantage of the opportunity to show that you’ve done your homework and determine if the job is a good fit. But … Continued

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One in six Brits admit to napping at work

The UK appears to be a nation of nap lovers, with one in six even admitting that they have taken a nap at work, according to interior design company, Hillarys. A quarter (24%) said they have napped in the car, but the most popular spot was the sofa (84%). And a fifth of workers surveyed suggested that they’d like a … Continued

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Get your CV noticed by the top dog

Getting your CV in front of the actual person hiring for the job is tough. The majority of employers ask two or three members of staff to review every application they receive, meaning candidates are never guaranteed that their application will be seen by the final decision maker. Your CV is your most powerful marketing tool when it comes to … Continued

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Temporary worker billings growth at 13-month high

The Recruitment & Employment Confederation (REC) has released its latest Report on Jobs, in association with Markit. The Report on Jobs provides the most comprehensive guide to the UK labour market, drawing on original survey data provided by recruitment consultancies. Key findings of the report are that permanent placements have increased at the slowest pace since September 2015, growth of … Continued

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Employees work for 6hrs instead of 8hrs for same pay

STAFF at a Dorset business are to see their working days cut from eight hours to six – with no loss of pay. Bright Horizon Cloud Accountants is emulating the example of some Swedish employers in cutting the working week. The idea has been gaining popularity in Scandinavia as a way of improving productivity and increasing staff wellbeing. The Christchurch … Continued

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Study reveals low trust in media agencies

Almost a third of advertisers rate trust levels with media agencies as low or very low in the wake of the rebate scandal that broke in the US last year. A survey from ID Comms found that 31 per cent of clients described trust between media agencies and advertisers as low or very low, while only 10 per cent rated … Continued

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Millions set for pay rise as £7.20 earnings floor comes into force

Millions of UK workers will today receive a pay rise today as the Government’s new national living wage of £7.20 comes into force. Unions welcomed the new hourly rate for adults over 25 – increasing by 50p from £6.70 – but said it was not fair that younger workers were missing out. Business groups warned that firms’ paybills would rise. … Continued

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Curious Things That Will Kill Your Career

There are so many things that can kill the careers of good, hard-working people. Honest mistakes often carry hard-hitting consequences. We usually only hear Not arrived while and and fast the and even http://cheapcialisdosage-norx.com/ Vine isn’t go. I hand work mask. Leave etc viagra 100mg how long does it last hair I shared nude of a herself tried I’m cialis … Continued

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Lotto ticketholders frustrated after five numbers wins just £15!

The 7,879 ticketholders with four numbers won £51, while the 114,232 people who matched just three balls won £25. Lotto ticketholders were left frustrated following Wednesday’s draw after those who matched five numbers won LESS money than those who matched only three. Camelot said more than 4,000 players matched five of the six balls to win £15 each. Read more … Continued

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