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After redundancy is it wise to take any job going?
After being notified of redundancy and once you have passed the initial shock, most employees will start putting out the feelers for a new job. Enrolling with job/recruitment agencies in the hope that something in your field will come up.
Employers are you rejecting your best candidates?
In a recent study it was discovered that employers are potentially rejecting their most suited candidates because decisions are being made based on the strengths of a CV.
Communication key to psychometric success
Using psychometric testing to evaluate which candidates are suitable for a particular role is an effective method of recruiting new employees, according to a not-for-profit initiative.
Unemployment still rising
Unemployment in the UK rose by 48,000 to 2.67 million in the three months to December according to the latest Government figures.
Award for psychometric testing research
Research that may settle a long-standing dispute in psychometrics has earned an award for a researcher at The University of Cambridge Psychometrics Centre.
UK recruitment 'bouncing back'
A study reorts Recruitment activity in the UK is bouncing back after a slight lull over the summer months, a new report by Adecco has revealed.
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