The Surprising State Of Recruitment Right Now

According to a statistic published in an article on Management Today “nearly a third of young women don’t get feedback after a job interview, compared to less than a fifth of male applicants.”

This is not a statistic that will sit well with graduate recruiters.

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What This Presentation On Networking Will Teach You Is Valuable

I discovered across an excellent resource today created by Jan Konig, co-founder of HashtagNow.de from a recent blog post written by Emma Brudner for Hubspot.

It highlights 26 doable tips on networking that Jan has learnt from business books such as How To Win Friends And Influence People, The Seven Habits Of Highly Effective People and The Charisma Myth.

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Why Smarter Businesses Actually Spend Less Money On Perks

Businesses in the UK are starting to rewrite the rules on employee incentives.

John Lewis became the latest company to announce plans to shut down their staff canteen in favor of using self-serve facilities such as vending machines according to a briefing document seen by The Guardian.

Traditionally employee incentive programmes have enabled businesses to boost efficiency and productivity, share the dividends of yearly profit generated and improve the general health and wellbeing of the employees. 

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