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  • Seek smart, job candidates told

    Regardless of their qualifications, jobseekers should be smart in their employment search in order to find employment in the difficult economic climate. According to Tony McKinnon, president of search and recruitment organisation MRINetwork, candidates should be aware they will be one of many... [more...]

  • Time 'to streamline recruitment'

    Enterprises should streamline their hiring operations in the difficult economic climate. According to recruitment firm Futurestep, recent economic turbulence has forced companies to re-address the changing landscape for talent acquisition. Tim Nelson, president of the group's operations in the... [more...]

  • Vocational qualifications 'increasingly valuable'

    Vocational qualifications are becoming more valuable to young jobseekers in the difficult economic climate, it has been revealed. Research carried out by independent education foundation Edge indicates more than 81 per cent of parents of 11-19 year olds now believe it is important for their... [more...]

  • Jobseekers 'must make immediate impression'

    Employment seekers have between just eight and 30 seconds to make a first impression when going for a job interview, it has been claimed. According to wral.com, the interview is the crucial part of any job search and candidates should ensure they prepare thoroughly. Donna Gonyeau, who recently... [more...]

  • Recruiters 'looking for language skills'

    Job candidates with language skills remain in demand despite the difficult economic climate, it has been claimed. According to job site Multilingualvacancies.com, positions remain for those who are able to communicate in more than one language. Miranda Reid, associate director at the company,... [more...]

  • Apprenticeships 'strengthen UK skills base'

    Apprenticeships can make a major contribution to improving the UK skills base, it has been claimed. Skills minister Lord Young said employees benefit from getting a real qualification and a transferable skill as well as earning while they learn. He added that sponsoring companies also have the... [more...]

  • Clean, simple clothes 'best for job interviews'

    Dressing for success in job interviews means scrubbing up and leaving the accessories at home, it has been revealed. Writing for msnbc.com, reporter Laura Coffey advises that simple, understated styles and colours are often most effective and many hiring managers recommend dressing one or two... [more...]

  • IT apprenticeship scheme launched

    More young people will begin their careers in IT this week, as a six month development programme is launched to correspond with National Apprenticeship Week. According to business consultancy QA, which unveiled the scheme, it is essential that young people are confident they are getting the... [more...]

  • Candidates 'stand out with personalised job searches'

    Personalising a job search can enable a candidate to stand out in the difficult employment market, it has been claimed. According to technology company Pitney Bowes, online job searches are proving both empowering and frustrating to job seekers as unemployment rises. Johnna Torsone, senior vice... [more...]

  • Preparation 'key to change of career'

    Jobseekers should take time to plan the direction of their future career in order to be successful in finding employment, it has been claimed. According to career coach Roger Ingbretsen, apart from education and training, recruiters are looking for people who are 'employable' because that is in... [more...]

  • IT 'assists medical sales training'

    IT platforms can help training providers deliver services to medical sales professionals more efficiently, it has been revealed. According to development group Xanodyne Pharmaceuticals, IT applications can help provide a standardised and centralised repository from where learning and training... [more...]

  • 'Optimism remains' in pharmaceutical sector

    There is optimism regarding job prospects in the pharmaceutical industry despite the difficult economic climate, it has been revealed.Research carried out by industry advice website PharmiWeb.com indicated 40 per cent of respondents from the pharmaceutical sector were optimistic about 2009,... [more...]

  • Jobsites 'withdrawing employment ads'

    Jobseekers need to be more intelligent in their search for employment as the number of online adverts being posted is decreasing, it has been claimed.According to job search consultant Angela Loeb, who worked as a recruiter for 14 years, there are around 80 million resumes on the internet, but... [more...]

  • Jobseekers 'could lie more in tough recruitment market'

    It may be easier for job candidates to lie on their CVs in the current economic climate, it has been claimed.Steve Huxham, chairman of the Recruitment Society, said it is more likely that CV fraud will increase in a tough job market.He continued: "I hate to say it with something as serious... [more...]

  • Manufacturing sector 'should look to recruit in upturn'

    Manufacturing industry bodies should ensure that the sector is attractive to graduates when the economy begins to improve, it has been claimed.According to a spokesperson for the Institute of the Motor Industry, there is good career progression within the sector.He continued: "As the... [more...]

  • Illegal job sites 'steal candidates' data'

    Scam environmental job sites have been set up to gather information for identity theft or send fraudulent emails, it has been revealed. According conservation group The Live Green, Live Smart Institute, such criminals are taking advantage of the increased interest in environmentally-focused jobs... [more...]

  • Public sector careers 'offer graduate opportunities'

    The public sector offers attractive employment opportunities for graduates, it has been claimed. According to the Independent, Charlie Ball, deputy research director of the Higher Education Careers Services Unit, stated that people with virtually any type of degree can be used effectively within... [more...]

  • Value-based pay 'benefits firms and sales professionals'

    Sales professionals could find value-based reward programmes act as a stronger incentive than traditional commission-based remuneration systems, it has been claimed. Writing for incentivemag.com, industry commentator Mark Selcow said that shifting sales performance goals away from purely... [more...]

  • Recruitment marketing firms 'to receive prize'

    The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development has announced that a new category will be introduced to its recruitment marketing awards for 2009.A Candidate Experience prize will be presented to a recruitment agency who can demonstrate excellent experience for job applicants, whether... [more...]

  • Technology firms 'should recruit more women'

    More women should seek employment in the IT sector, it has been claimed.Kate Craig-Wood, managing director of server packages provider Memset, said technology companies with a good gender balance at the top level perform 34 per cent better in terms of internal equity."I think absolutely... [more...]

  • New job 'could be safest option'

    In certain circumstances it can be safer to seek new employment than remain in a current role, it has been claimed.According to Corinne Mills, human resources advisor at recruitment firm Monster, it is natural for people to stay where they feel secure with the current high levels of... [more...]

  • Jobseekers name Scotland most desirable destination

    Scotland is the number one choice for global job hunters looking to relocate to the UK, it has been revealed.Research carried out by TalentScotland surveyed 2,602 global job hunters and found 49 per cent picked Scotland as their first selection, compared to 44 per cent who chose England as their... [more...]

  • IT recruitment 'remains strong'

    Recruitment within the IT security remains robust despite the difficult economic climate, it has been revealed.According to information risk management recruitment company Acumin Consulting, there are currently a limited number of suitably-skilled and qualified personnel working in the industry,... [more...]

  • Green recruitment 'booming'

    The environmental job sector continues to expand despite the difficult economic climate, it has been revealed.According to green recruitment firm Acre Resources, the UK climate change job market grow by over 50 per cent in the last year as companies start to take action to reduce their carbon... [more...]

  • Appearance 'key in job interviews'

    First impressions are always important when attending job interviews, it has been asserted.According to NewsChannel5.com, firms currently hiring staff in the difficult economic climate can offer advice on how candidates should prevent themselves.Troy Horner with Peabody Shoe Repair told the news... [more...]

  • Workers 'consider underhand tactics for promotion'

    Britons are willing to romance their bosses in order to work their way up the career ladder, it has been revealed.Research carried out by HireScores.com found 18 per cent of workers would go as far as sleeping with their manager rather than work hard for their promotion, while 26 per cent claim... [more...]

  • 'Innovative management training scheme' launched

    A new scheme has been launched to help business chiefs tackle the management skills gap, it has been revealed.In a joint partnership, the Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM) and the University of Portsmouth is providing a bridge between work-based learning solutions and academic... [more...]

  • 90% of staff 'not in ideal job'

    One in ten workers believe they are currently in their perfect job, according to a new study.Research carried out by employment website Monster also indicates 14 per cent do not think that their perfect role exists, while 76 per cent said they hope their ideal post is available somewhere.Spanish... [more...]

  • More jobseekers 'look to work from home'

    Jobseekers are increasingly looking to work from home in the difficult economic climate, it has been revealed.Latest figures released by employment site TipTopJobs.com indicate applications for home-based roles during September leapt to 1,673 from 1,176 in August - an increase of 42 per... [more...]

  • Jobseekers 'neglect language proficiency'

    British jobseekers are damaging their chances of finding employment because they are complacent when it comes to learning languages, it has been claimed.Teresa Tinsley, director of communications at the National Centre for Languages, said many people in the UK feel there is no need to learn... [more...]

  • Managers 'should pay attention to stress'

    Employers should be more vigilant of the signs of stress in the workplace, it has been claimed.According to insurer Norwich Union, stress should be treated like any other workplace hazard, with a risk assessment being carried out, both at organisational level and within each team.The group cited... [more...]

  • Job interviewers 'poorly prepared'

    Job interviewers are failing to prepare adequately for employee recruitment, it has been claimed.According to business leadership consultancy DDI's 2008 Global Interviewing Practices and Perceptions report, 47 per cent spend less than 30 minutes reviewing candidates' interview results before... [more...]

  • Marketing vacancies in public sector

    The public sector is experiencing a steady rise in the number of marketing jobs available, it has been claimed. According to recruitment consultancy Hays, certain skill sets, such as communication roles, are experiencing an increase in demand in the difficult economic climate because there is a... [more...]

  • Jobseekers 'should target firms online'

    People looking for employment should be proactive in their attempts to secure a job in the difficult economic climate, it has been claimed. According to marketing technology provider Prospect Smarter, the job market is likely to get tougher so people in search of work should target the firms... [more...]

  • Honesty 'best policy for CVs'

    Honesty is the key to compiling the kind of CV that will get jobseekers the interview they desire, it has been claimed.Claire Darley, chief marketing officer of recruitment firm Adecco, and the Mirror outlined points that will make a CV stand out from the crowd.The newspaper stated a resume... [more...]

  • References 'can pose unforeseen problems'

    Unusual or unanticipated references can often lead to the offer of employment being withdrawn from jobseekers, it has been revealed.Research carried out by staffing service The Creative Group asked advertising and marketing executives to describe their strangest reference checks.One firm... [more...]

  • Strong brand 'leads employees to engage with their sales jobs'

    Having a strong brand can lead to a strong level of employee engagement, something one expert claims is essential for a company's success.Don Peppers and Martha Rogers write in Sales and Marketing that this will be the key thing which sets businesses apart and identifies customer service and... [more...]

  • Businesses 'looking to develop their talent'

    New figures show businesses are increasingly looking to develop their talented employees, which could interest those looking at sales jobs.Statistics revealed by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development reveal more than one in four enterprises have updated their strategy, with a... [more...]

  • Preparation 'essential in job hunt'

    Positivity and preparation are the keys to securing employment in the difficult economic climate, it has been claimed.Writing for Sky News, David Boothby of Octopus Investments stated that jobseekers should draw on all available resources to learn about the sector they wish to enter, making use... [more...]

  • Staff 'require motivation in current climate'

    Motivation and performance management are vital in the difficult economic climate, it has been claimed.According to learning and development specialist Righttrack Consultancy, it is a mistake for companies to believe their employees will remain forever thankful that they have not been made... [more...]

  • Business casual 'disappearing during the credit crunch'

    For both men and women, wearing a jacket exudes a sense of responsibility, as well as the impression they are in control and good at what they do.A study by the Aziz Corporation found more than half of office employees will dress more smartly if they feel insecure in their sales job.Debbie Gray,... [more...]

  • Security is essential when jobseeking, expert warns

    Jobseekers are being advised to keep an eye on their security while sending out CVs if they are to avoid the risk of identity theft.Rob Scott, managing director of Aaron Wallis, warns that these documents contain a lot of personalised information which can be used for illicit purposes.He says... [more...]

  • Sales recruitment agencies ?best at matching applicants and jobs?

    Sales recruitment agencies are key resources for those looking at job vacancies due to their knowledge about the sector and the key companies within it, an expert asserts.Anne Fairweather, the head of public policy at the Recruitment and Employment Confederation, claims these are better matched... [more...]

  • Government 'unveils apprenticeship legislation'

    New legislation to establish the entitlement to an apprenticeship for every suitably-qualified young person who wants one has been published by the government.The changes are the first modifications to apprenticeship laws for 200 years and will aim to ensure a good quality traineeship for... [more...]

  • Companies 'should keep tabs on their business travellers'

    Firms with sales managers and executives who frequently travel abroad on business trips should ensure they are able to trace their staff in case of emergency, it has been claimed.Gill Upton, editor of the Business Travel Magazine, commented that companies should make a record of hotels and... [more...]

  • CVs with a difference 'bag best jobs'

    Jobseekers should employ techniques that employers have never seen before in order to secure interviews and get jobs in the difficult economic climate, it has been claimed. According to recruitment agent Paul Jenkins, getting a CV right is the first step to securing a new job and those looking... [more...]

  • Staff 'should not pay for snow days'

    Workers who were unable to make it into work because of snowy weather conditions should not have their pay docked, according to the TUC. The union advises that it would be bad practice for employers who do not have 'bad weather' policies to not pay staff or force them to take holiday on days... [more...]

  • HR managers 'check candidates' Facebook profiles'

    Human resources (HR) managers admit to searching for information about potential and current employees on social networking sites.A study of 961 HR people and business managers carried out by yasni.co.uk found one-third say they have searched sites such as MySpace and Facebook, while 24 per cent... [more...]

  • Interviews 'key to securing jobs'

    Someone's ability to get a job is based mainly on how they sell themselves during an interview, it has been claimed.According to professional recruiter Joe Coleman, who has wide experience in consultative sales and sales training, having marketable skills is not enough to get a job in the... [more...]

  • 'More help' available to jobseekers

    New schemes implemented by the Jobcentre are aiming to get people made redundant back into work as quickly as possible, it has been revealed.According to the Joint Economic Commission, the raft of schemes includes a personal adviser service, access to job search support, CV preparation and other... [more...]

  • Students 'hone interview technique'

    Year 11 students at a school have been undergoing formal job interview practice to prepare them for securing employment, it has been revealed.Students at The Petersfield School are working with tutors to complete application forms, create CVs and develop techniques before putting on suits and... [more...]

  • Leadership training 'neglected'

    Many young professional leaders in the UK are being overlooked by their employers, it has been revealed.A survey of 1,200 people by career development organisation Common Purpose indicated that less that half of people receive leadership development before the age of 25, despite over half of... [more...]

  • CVs 'should be streamlined'

    Jobseekers tend to put too much personal information on their CVs, it has been claimed. According to Paul Jenkins, recruitment consultant and CV doctor at Your Unfired, if people across the UK had correctly filled out their CVs, the security disaster at job site Monster would not matter as... [more...]

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