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21 December 2017

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6 November 2017

Reference checking myths: just how important are employee references?

When it comes to checking new employee references, many companies find themselves cutting corners and not carrying out checks as thoroughly as they perhaps should. With one in five candidates including misleading or false information on their CV, it’s vital that reference checking is prioritised to minimise the risk of …

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6 October 2017

Want to be a better leader? Industry experts reveal secrets

Being humble, tolerant and innovative are the three main qualities that professionals believe are key to becoming a successful leader, according to new research conducted by GISMA Business School.

GISMA spoke with some of the UK’s most successful business leaders to find out what they believed the best …

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15 September 2017

How to Attract and Retain the Best Staff

Allowing staff the freedom to work on their own, offering employee benefits and making the office a fair and equal workspace are some of the essential tips for business who are looking to attract and retain the best staff.

The office experts at have …

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22 August 2017


Four out of five candidates attending interview receive no feedback if their application isn’t successful.

This revelation promoted careeres app Debut to launch its recent Fight For Feedback campaign to make it a legal requirement for employers to offer post-interview feedback to unsuccessful candidates.

Irrespective of the outcome of this campaign, providing feedback offers …


14 July 2017

Happiest workers found in start-ups and micro-businesses

  • Employees in companies with 9 members of staff or less are most likely to ‘love’ their jobs
  • They are also most likely to take personal pride from the companies’ achievements, and to stay there long term

Bigger isn’t always better in business, according to the British workforce, …

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