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  • GlaxoSmithKline sees sales grow

    One of the world's largest pharmaceutical companies has revealed that its total consumer healthcare sales rose by nine per cent in Europe and dwarfed the estimated one per cent growth.GlaxoSmithKline (GSK) also saw 14 per cent growth for its pharmaceutical products and, with other big drug... [more...]

  • National insurance problems could be 'red herring'

    Concerns raised over the scheduled rise in national insurance (NI) are a "red herring" according to one expert, who believes the implications will not be as negative as some people have predicted.Nigel Meager, director at the Institute for Employment Studies, said that the impact on... [more...]

  • Google 'superphone' set for UK launch

    Google has announced a UK launch day for its new superphone and will work alongside Vodafone to make it available to consumers.The internet giant has started accepting pre-orders of its Nexus One product today and shipments of the product are expected to be ready by April 30th. People looking... [more...]

  • Sloppy appearance can ruin interview chances

    Turning up to an interview in a scruffy outfit could ruin a candidate's chances, according to one HR expert, who says looking smart is a minimum requirement.Career counsellor Cheryl Morgan said that although an applicant's skills and experience are important, appearance is still something which... [more...]

  • Greater corporate responsibility 'creates more engaged workers'

    Companies that have a good corporate responsibility programme have employees who are more engaged, confident and customer-focused, a new study has revealed.The message for the sales recruitment industry from Kenexa Research Institute's (KRI) research is clear - if staff members respect their... [more...]

  • Ad industry has recovered well in 2010

    The worst is over in the world of advertising and 2010 should be a much more positive time for the industry, according to an expert.Eva Berg-Winters, senior manager and new media specialist at PricewaterhouseCoopers, said that this year will be more positive than the one just gone, with more... [more...]

  • Retail sales figures keep on rising

    Retail sales have grown for the third consecutive month and the CBI predicts this improvement will continue this year.The CBI's latest Distributive Trades Survey revealed that 46 per cent of retailers reported sales volumes in early April which were higher than during the same period last... [more...]

  • Workers 'beginning to search for new roles'

    More workers are starting to become confident in the jobs market and, as a result, are beginning to look for new positions, according to an expert.Employment guru Lisette Howlett said that the recession had impacted negatively on workers' attitude towards finding a new job but confidence is... [more...]

  • Abbott 'bolstered by strong sales growth'

    One of the world's largest pharmaceutical companies has released its annual figures, which show that strong sales have helped yield a successful year.Abbott's annual figures revealed that 2009 saw a strong performance and there was sustained growth in 2010, according to chairman and chief... [more...]

  • Sustainable practices 'grow in importance'

    Businesses need to avoid becoming bogged down in carbon reduction measures and open their eyes to other issues which can help improve sustainability.That is the message from Peter McManners, visiting executive fellow of Henley Business School at the University of Reading, who told attendees at... [more...]

  • Social media has a major role to play in customer relations

    Companies should encourage employees to use social media websites as a way of interacting with customers, according to an expert, who believes that using them can help firms to increase discussion about their products.People looking for sales jobs should use social media intelligently once they... [more...]

  • Teambuilding should be a standard practice

    Companies can never do enough teambuilding, according to an expert, who said that it should be standard in every workplace.Firms looking to increase their sales recruitment could be interested in the comments from Mike Emmott, employee relations adviser at the Chartered Institute of Personnel... [more...]

  • iPhone helps create 'staggering' growth figures

    The popularity of the iPhone has helped Apple to record "staggering growth rates" in the last quarter, according to the company, which has almost doubled its profits in the space of a year.People looking for electronics sales jobs will no doubt be impressed by the figures which showed... [more...]

  • Volunteering can help to bolster jobseekers

    Volunteering helps people to gain skills that will make them more employable, according to an expert, who said that it can also enable jobseekers to improve their own well being.Justin Davis Smith, chief executive of Volunteering England, said that volunteering has become even more popular... [more...]

  • New iPhone is the 'real deal'

    People working hard in sales jobs and looking for something to spend their commission on could soon splash out on the next generation iPhone, with the latest model offering a wealth of useful applications and functions.Conrad Longmore, editor at Mobile Gazette, said that it is unusual for... [more...]

  • Tesco 'breathes new life into electronic sales'

    One of the UK's largest supermarket chains is about to embark on an ambitious new plan, which will see it double its electronic sales staff, according to one newspaper.The Guardian reported that Tesco proposes to hire people for 1,000 new sales jobs in its 'tech team'.But some analysts do not... [more...]

  • Luxury brands back online sales ruling

    Two of the world's largest luxury retailers have given their backing to a ruling which allows brand owners to keep control of how online outlets distribute their products.Retail Week reported that LVMH, which owns brands such as Louis Vuitton and PPR, which owns the Gucci Group, supported the... [more...]

  • Increased sales could change Jaguar Land Rover's plans

    A turnaround in the fortunes of one of the UK's most well-known car brands could put a halt to planned plant closures.Jaguar Land Rover could turn its back on proposals to close one of its UK plants after sales of its cars rocketed in March, according to insiders quoted in the Times.Last month... [more...]

  • Roche pharmaceutical sales grow by 9%

    Roche, one of Europe's largest pharmaceutical firms has reported increased sales of nine per cent in the first quarter of 2010, with its popular cancer medication being a large factor in its success.The Swiss company said that its oncology treatment, Avastin, had helped to spearhead the... [more...]

  • Google 'will ramp up sales recruitment'

    One of the world's largest media companies has announced that it intends to increase the number of sales personnel on its books.Google saw a 37 per cent jump in profit in the first quarter of 2010 and the search engine giant's chief financial officer Patrick Pichette said sales jobs would be... [more...]

  • iPad rivals bolster IT industry

    The advent of the iPad could see the emergence a number of rival products aimed at making the tablet market competitive, according to one newspaper.In another round of encouraging news for the IT recruitment industry and IT sales jobs, the Times has revealed that Nokia, Acer, Toshiba and HP are... [more...]

  • Twitter adverts 'could help improve content'

    The creation of advertising models to try and monetise the micro-blogging site Twitter could have a positive impact on the quality of tweets as marketers seek to tap into the medium, an expert has predicted.Sales jobs seekers might soon find themselves looking at recruitment opportunities sent... [more...]

  • Culture of diversity 'attracts best jobseekers'

    Employers should ensure that they foster a culture of diversity if they are to get the most from their hiring policies, according to a leading recruitment trade organisation.Sarah Gordon, chair of the Recruitment and Employment Confederation's (REC) diversity and inclusion forum, this week... [more...]

  • Weak pound can boost exports

    The weak status of the pound could be great news for the UK's export business, according to an expert, who said that these are the key to the economy's sustained recovery.Sales jobs seekers could be buoyed by the comments from Michael Baxter, editor of Investment and Business News, who believes... [more...]

  • Consumer confidence returning to the high street

    Shoppers feel more confident and are starting to spend again, with one expert predicting businesses and consumers will be looking forward to the summer.Joshua Bamfield, director of the Centre for Retail Research, said he felt there was a growing sense of optimism in the retail sector - news... [more...]

  • CV should be a 'sales tool'

    Sales job hunters should apply their vocational skills to their CV preparations when planning how to market themselves to potential recruiters, treating their resumé as a 'sales tool'.Reports on InTheNews.co.uk showed that many hiring managers only spend between 10 to 30 seconds studying... [more...]

  • Expert: Job market 'showing signs of recovery'

    The financial, engineering and healthcare sectors look like strong possible sources for new sales jobs, with one expert predicting an overall upturn in the three industries.Peter Searle, chief executive of Adecco Group UK & Ireland, told Recruiter that as well as evidence of business... [more...]

  • Jobseekers 'need to attend three interviews'

    Around two-thirds of people hunting for jobs will find they have to attend three interviews with prospective employers before finding a placement, according to new research.The message for sales jobs hunters is not to lose heart, with the Right Management survey showing that almost 60 per cent... [more...]

  • Cloud computing popularity 'to grow in 2010'

    Applicants for IT sales jobs may want to ensure they are familiar with cloud computing, as an industry expert has predicted that this area is set to expand in the next few years.Michael Dean, head of marketing at the National Computing Centre, has predicted that the growing popularity of these... [more...]

  • Labour promise 'could create Welsh sales jobs'

    Labour has promised to create up to 50,000 positions in Wales if it is re-elected, which could mean more sales jobs for people to apply for.Investment in business, a hi-technology economy and exports were other pledges that the party's Welsh general election campaign will make.First minister... [more...]

  • Graduates from new universities 'should not be discounted'

    Graduates looking for sales jobs should not be discounted if they have qualified from more recently established universities, according to an industry expert.Pam Tatlow, chief executive of the university think tank Million+, said that employers should take care not to generalise when choosing... [more...]

  • Jobs pledge made by prime minister

    People hoping to break into sales jobs in the north-west of the UK have been given a boost by prime minister Gordon Brown.The North West Evening Mail reported that more than 1,700 people out of work in the area would be guaranteed training or employment if Labour is re-elected in the general... [more...]

  • Tall women have bigger wage packets

    Women looking for sales recruitment opportunities have been told that height could ensure that they take home more money at the end of the month.A study for Long Tall Sally found that female staff over 5ft 8in have more success in the workplace, both globally and in the UK.It also found that... [more...]

  • Scottish charity to 'suit and boot' women for sales recruitment interviews

    A Scottish charity is helping to give sales recruitment hopefuls the best possible chance of success by providing them with smart clothes for job interviews.Dress for Success Strathclyde is the first scheme of its kind in Scotland, with volunteers helping women to choose suits, shoes and... [more...]

  • Nearly half of recruitment hopefuls could face jail

    Job seekers have been given a stark warning that they could face prison for lying on their CV, following new research.Data commissioned by office support recruitment specialists Tate found that more than 40 per cent of people have lied or made exaggerations on their resume, possibly helping them... [more...]

  • North-west: A haven for sales jobs seekers?

    Those looking for sales jobs in the UK may want to look to the north-west which was one of the top-performing regions in March for employment growth, research has indicated.It was also one of the best areas in terms of output and new business, according to the Business Activity Index from... [more...]

  • Sales jobs hunters 'should not respond to every ad'

    Those looking for sales jobs have been advised not to hand out CVs in response to every advertisement they come across, opting to search and select the right roles.In addition, sales jobs hunters should look to network wherever they go as they can never be sure who they will get put in contact... [more...]

  • REC holds Agency Work Regulations talks

    A series of talks have been held about how the Agency Work Regulations will be implemented in the UK, those looking at sales jobs may be interested to discover.The Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC) has got around the table with the EU Labour Law Unit in order to raise the sector's... [more...]

  • Job hunters should 'ask for the position'

    Those who have interviews coming should end them by asking for the job, sales recruitment hopefuls have been told.Karen Burns, the author of a number of career books, told USNews that applicants should bare in mind that they are job hunting and not begging for a handout.Furthermore, many hiring... [more...]

  • Expert: Body language more important than speech

    People hoping for sales recruitment success have been told that what they say in a job interview is not half as important as how they deliver it.Alison Craig, the author of Hello Job, said that one of the most overlooked aspects of job hunting is the mannerisms which people employ when they are... [more...]

  • Reward policies 'can enhance company's brand'

    Companies looking to fill sales jobs vacancies can enhance their brand by taking another look at their rewards policies, an organisation has claimed.A report by the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) has highlighted the importance of remuneration policies being linked to... [more...]

  • Careers advice 'should take into account non-university options'

    It is important for schools to offer comprehensive careers advice which does not overemphasise the importance of obtaining a university degree, an expert has claimed.Sarah Clover, spokesperson for www.notgoingtouni.co.uk, has highlighted the fact that those who choose an alternative route often... [more...]

  • REC and KPMG: Rise in successful jobseekers

    New figures have shown that the number of jobs in the UK for both permanent and temporary/contract staff increased last month.A study by the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC) and KPMG has found that permanent staff appointment growth is at its strongest since October 1997.Kevin... [more...]

  • Equality bill 'will simplify workplace discrimination rules'

    The equality bill has been passed before the election deadline and will become law once it receives royal assent, those looking at sales jobs may be interested to discover.Rachel Dineley, employment partner and head of the diversity and discrimination unit at Beachcroft LLP, has told Croner that... [more...]

  • Motivation 'is key for those in sales jobs'

    Those looking at sales jobs are often motivated by a bedrock belief in the quality of the product they are selling and its value, an expert has claimed. David Chittock, president of Incentra, has told Sales and Marketing that he believes the money focus many of those in sales jobs have is not... [more...]

  • Right to request training 'to be embraced by many'

    One in three of those who do not currently receive training from their employer are likely to take advantage of a new scheme launched by the government to improve skills development, which could be good news for those applying for sales jobs.The Trades Union Congress (TUC) has found that 42 per... [more...]

  • Right to request training 'could benefit sales job applicants'

    Successful applicants for sales jobs will be among those to benefit from the right to request time off for training, an expert has suggested.As a result of the new right, which will come into force from April 2011, workers will have a legal right to ask for time off to take part in relevant... [more...]

  • Could accountancy background help sales directors?

    Experience in accountancy could benefit candidates for sales director jobs, an expert has suggested.Allen Bostrom, writing for Sales and Marketing, claimed that using some of the discipline's principals in a sales environment can help motivate employees and improve revenues. He emphasised the... [more...]

  • Flexible working 'could help firms fill sales jobs'

    There is a strong business case for encouraging people to work flexibly, which could interest firms looking to fill sales jobs.Ben Willmott, senior public policy advisor at the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development, claimed that the government's decision to encourage more flexible... [more...]

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