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  •   Comments Off on E-Learning: More Important Than Ever

    With more of us working remotely, E-Learning has never been so important in terms of helping with on-boarding, personal development and employee engagement. Here are some useful tips on how to create a more engaging and creative e-learning programme. Unleash the Power of Templates: Great authoring tools offer a variety of templates that you can…

  •   Comments Off on How A Specialist Recruitment Agency Could Save You Time And Money!

    Running a profitable business is complex because there are so many contributing factors when it comes to the finer details of what makes a business successful or not. One primary concern, however, remains the same across all industries…the task of finding the right personnel; recruiting staff, as many CEO’s know, is a big challenge. Recruitment…

  •   Comments Off on Employee Engagement In The Virtual World

    With virtual on-boarding the norm and more candidates detached working from home, follow-ups with new employees will become more important. After you’ve hired your employee and have conducted the first 30 day review, you’ll want to conduct another review at the 60 day mark to measure progress and engagement. 60 day reviews help ensure that…

  •   Comments Off on How To Deal With Those Recruiters!

    Some useful tips when working with recruiters (both agency and in-house). It’s not an easy time for anyone at the moment, but hopefully a few of these pointers will help. As a working professional, you’ve probably considered looking for new job opportunities at one time or another. When you hear talk of how amazing certain…

  •   Comments Off on Second Wave and No-Deal Brexit Threaten Employment Opportunities

    The unemployment rate may reach 9% by the end of the year, according to thinktank EY Item Club, an increase from 3.9% in the month to May. Its summer forecast predicted the UK’s GDP will fall by 1.5% in 2020, a downgrade from the 8% it forecasted in June. Data on travel patterns, shopping, heading…

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