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Interview ‘No Shows’ Leave Jobs Unfilled

by Richard Hayden

/ Candidates, Employers

 Guest Blogger Julie Sykes of JCS HR discusses the rising number of 'no shows for interviews'According to Huddersfield based HR specialist Julie Sykes of JCS HR, one of the reasons vacancies remained unfilled is the high level of ‘no shows’ at interview.

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Career Management: what it really means

by Richard Hayden

/ Candidates, Employers

Inflating costs of living have undoubtedly added to a climate of uncertainty within the workforce.

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Company values; making the difference?

by Richard Hayden

/ Candidates

When searching for your next career move how important is a company’s values?

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New Outlook for a New Year...

by Richard Hayden

/ Candidates, Employers

We cannot help but be barraged by the constant media stream of information reporting the rise in unemployment figures, gas prices soaring and the cost of living going up, but is it all doom and gloom?

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Survival of the Office Party

by Richard Hayden

/ Candidates, Employers

Alas the Festive season is upon us and too the fabled Office Christmas Party.

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The Benefits of Feedback

by Richard Hayden

/ Candidates, Employers

Guest Blogger Christine Tautari of The Needle Online explains why feedback is vital in the recruitment process and how it can benefit your company.

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Will Santa Claus be coming to the office?

by Richard Hayden

/ Employers

It's coming around to that time of year again, whether you would like to admit it or not, Christmas is rapidly approaching.

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Interns: a companys' obligations...

by Richard Hayden

/ Candidates, Employers

Yesterday data released by the Office for National Statistics revealed that unemployment figures for 16 – 24 year olds has now risen to a record breaking high 991,000 in the quarter, a rate of 21.

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Career search tips...

by Richard Hayden

/ Candidates

The 2011 CIPD Resourcing and Talent Planning survey revealed that nearly three quarters of Britain’s business’ are struggling to fulfil their requirements.

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I Spy... competitive intelligence or industrial espionage?

by Richard Hayden

/ Employers

Industrial espionage, or ‘spying’ as it more commonly known, is carried out for commercial purposes rather than those of national security.

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