No business could be successful without good people. Your team is more vital than your product, offering, or USP, so you need the right employees.
For someone who once employed Britain’s oldest worker, Charlie Mullins has a think or two to say about ignoring the retirement age and thinking differently.
Staff welcome packs can feel like being read the riot act, so we’ve found the companies that have quite literally turned initiations on their head.
With a new year underway, the talent pool is deep, so avoid overused corporate buzzwords and make sure you stand out to attract the best candidates.
It’s no secret that the first step in any career move is a Google search. Ensuring your job vacancies appear in the top search results, which requires an SEO strategy, is now a key component of your business and marketing plan. And if it isn’t, it should be.
When it comes to accepting new job applications, you want to see candidates that stand out – but chances are these top ten LinkedIn buzzwords are driving you up the wall from overuse.
Fundamentally, business is about people. Your customers. Your staff – the old and new employees. People determine the success or failure of your enterprise.
The UK’s working fathers are prepared to sideline their careers for improved work-life balance and family time, the 2017 Modern Families Index has revealed.
The New Year, which traditionally marks career considerations, is underway and CV-Library has revealed Britain’s top cities for new jobs in 2017.
Despite all the fun of the festive season, the Christmas bubble has been replaced with January blues, so staff retention should be a priority for the New Year.
A look at struggles of women in the UK when it comes to finding work, and what help is available, such as the mentoring opportunities.
The world of talent attraction is changing rapidly, and keeping up with these shifts can be a daunting task. Falling behind could mean the difference between managing to attract and retain talent or losing out on your star, ideal candidate.