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5 Signs You’ve Made a Bad Hiring Decision

Are things not going as expected with your new hire? Do you think you’ve made a bad hiring decision? Finding the right talents isn’t easy. After filling in your job opening with a new hire, it’s easy to expect that things will go smoothly. Your new hire will take over their new responsibilities and start contributing to your business. Unfortunately, … Continued

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Remote Online Interview Tips During Lockdown

One of the primary changes to the recruitment process due to the COVID-19 pandemic is that more and more companies are moving to remote / online video interviews. Although this may not be ideal for either the candidates or interviewers, it is the new normal for now. Looking on the bright side, without the travel time you can now conduct … Continued

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How to Forecast Revenue and Growth

When starting out, financial forecasts may seem overwhelming. Forecasting business revenue and expenses during the startup stage is really more art than science. Many entrepreneurs complain that building forecasts with any degree of accuracy takes a lot of time, time that could be spent selling rather than planning. But few investors will put money in your business if you’re unable … Continued

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How to perfect your brand language

The language a brand uses to describe itsoffer has a huge impact on whether consumers view them as the ‘best’ in theircategory. Consumers are highly influenced by brand language and look to experts andrecommendations rather than advertising on TV or social media when identifyingthe best brands to buy, according to new research. The research of 2,000 UK and US consumers … Continued

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4 Reasons Why Having a Life Outside the Office Is So Important

Having a life outside of work suggests a couple of things: You care about finding work-life balance, you know how to turn off or tune out work and focus on yourself, your friends, or your family, and you’re probably fairly interesting. A recent Harvard Business Review article explained that having a life outside of work actually makes people happy. But … Continued

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9 Small Things That Can Improve Your Chances of Getting Hired!

Looking for a new job can be nerve-wracking. Whether you’re unemployed and need to find something fast, or you’re unhappy with your current position and looking for something new and better, the process of searching, applying, interviewing, and waiting can create all sorts of stress. It can be heartbreaking, too: you send off dozens of CVs and cover letters, you … Continued

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