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The biggest workplace distraction revealed
Distractions in the workplace are often unavoidable; and until the world evolves and allows every employee to exercise some flexible or remote working, we just have to put up with them... read more ›
EU wants employers to stop snooping on candidates
Hands up if you’re guilty of meeting someone - whether it’s an old flame, a mutual friend or potential candidate - and logged onto Facebook, Twitter or whatever method of ‘online stalking’ you prefer, to have a snoop... read more ›
EU wants recruiters to stop snooping on candidates
Hands up if you’re guilty of meeting someone - whether it’s an old flame, a mutual friend or potential candidate - and logged into Facebook and had a snoop... read more ›
The Return of Eddie: The likeable face of Southern Rail
He wouldn't be jogging anymore... read more ›
The Return of Eddie: The likeable face of Southern Rail
The company showed how to best utilise work experience teenagers... read more ›
Red flags to watch out for when talent searching on LinkedIn
Mind your language “As their presentation to the professional world, a candidate's LinkedIn should have little to no grammar mistakes in it,” Patel explains... read more ›
Red flags to watch out for when talent searching on LinkedIn
LinkedIn is a great place to exchange ideas, connect with professionals and source candidates, with the site holding a strong position in the modern recruiter’s toolkit... read more ›
Prankster candidate lets Google write his CV
Candidates often need a helping hand when it comes to preparing their CV, turning to their Mothers, acquaintances and good friend Google for advice... read more ›
Jobseeker's 'snap' decisions harming careers
Jobseekers are at an increasing risk of harming their job prospects by comparing their careers with friend’s social media posts about their jobs... read more ›
The top 3 workplace distractions & how to manage them
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