Seriously?! In the age of equality, do women have to take on the persona of their male counterparts, in order to even be considered for the top roles?
We will never solve the problem of youth unemployment unless we face up to the brutal reality that 50% of the population has an academic IQ lower than 100. The simple fact is that many people are unsuited to the type of work they aspire to, or the modern world wants to give them.
In an interview that could completely revolutionise how you view your recruitment processes, Find the Edge founder, Kenny Goodman, catches up with one of the world's leading recruitment psychology experts, Roger Philby.
It's all too easy for businesses to view HMRC as public enemy number one. It's normal to feel angry, and want to find someone to blame when a company goes under, but figures indicate that HMRC are actually very supportive towards ailing companies, and the majority of company closures are not caused
Experience is something every working person over the age of 50 has in abundance. You might not necessarily have experience in business, but in dealing with people, customers (good and bad), families, relationships, bosses, managers and, of course, yourself.
Paul Corney, from KnowledgeEtAl.com, discusses the various ways businesses and organisations can benefit from sharing their knowledge and experience through stories.
A number of general principles have emerged that procurement leaders find useful when it comes to understanding, promoting and implementing SRM in their organisations. They represent a reality-check on what may be possible in the specific business, supply market, and key relationships the practiti
Much to my surprise, I met with a client earlier today, who was recruiting for a Sales Executive and had placed a lineage job advert in his local newspaper!
A great way of rewarding and retaining key employees without necessarily giving them a share of your profitable limited company is by using alphabet shares. These shares can also be used by the company owners or directors.