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9 July 2018

Revealed: Top 15 Employers in Britain For Work/Life Balance – As Rated By Employees

Transport for London (TfL) is the best company in the UK to work for if you want a good work/life balance, according to new research from the world’s largest job site Indeed.

Bosses at TfL are clearly on the right track as employees enjoy far more than just their pay packet, praising …

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1 June 2018

What does GDPR mean for employees?

The answer is twofold – employee personal data will be collected and processed by virtue of the employment relationship and, in the course of their job, staff may well be responsible for processing the personal data of clients and customers.

Most companies and their managerial staff will have been getting to …

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4 May 2018

5 Things to Watch Out for When Conducting an Interview

The interview stage Is the most important part of the recruitment process where you get to really speak to the candidate and find out if their skills and personality are a good fit for the job. Conducting an interview and meeting potential candidates isn’t just about how well you get …

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13 April 2018

9 steps to creating a healthy workplace

Through the year there can be changes in employee morale, and certain times where there is always an increase in positivity. However, employees can often feel overworked during busy periods of the year.

Your organisation can make a difference by creating a happier and healthy workplace. In almost every company, there …

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9 March 2018

How to shrink your stress levels without hurting your salary

In a recent survey carried out by UK call-handling specialists CALLCARE, 64% of respondents felt that their salary wasn’t high enough to match the stress of their job.

With the economic pressure on UK businesses following 2016’s EU referendum, businesses are more cautious about investing in higher …

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9 February 2018

New research reveals slow feedback is biggest frustration for Jobseeker’s in the UK

UK businesses are missing out on top talent because they are alienating candidates with poor communication and long hiring practices, new research from Robert Half UK reveals.

A poll of 1,000 jobseekers found that the biggest frustration with job applications is slow feedback from prospective employers about their progress through the …

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