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  • More sustainable jobs 'will enhance confidence in the workplace'

    The drop in unemployment rates across the UK has been welcomed, though the government has been urged to try and establish more sustainable jobs. Phil Flaxton, from Work Wise UK, believes that any decrease in unemployment figures has to be met with a positive attitude, especially when the... [more...]

  • Emerging economies 'to have some of the largest retail markets by 2022'

    A quartet of emerging economies are set to join established countries US and Japan for boasting the largest retail markets across the globe. This is according to a new report compiled by the Economist Intelligence Unit, which suggested that the retail industries of China, India, Russia and... [more...]

  • Government urged to 'help make green jobs more appealing'

    The government has been encouraged to play their part in order to make the route into green jobs a more attractive venture. A spokeswoman for the Centre for Alternative Technology (CAT) pointed out that there is a major concern that such a career move could leave many Brits out of pocket before... [more...]

  • Britain's back-office firms 'optimistic for the future'

    The optimism of back-office support service firms in the UK has delivered more hope that the country's economy is heading in the right direction.Such businesses are seen to act as a barometer for corporate Britain, with a study by accountancy firm KPMG detailing their expectations for the... [more...]

  • Private sector's approach to hiring 'a mini miracle'

    The resilience that is being recorded in the private sector of the UK in regards to employment has been called 'a mini miracle'.Such a comment was made by Katja Hall, chief policy director of the Confederation of British Industry (CBI), following the release of Seeking a Competitive... [more...]

  • Fuel duty cut 'could create thousands of new jobs'

    New research has suggested that a rise in the UK's fuel duty will be counterproductive and that the economy will actually benefit more if the tax received a cut.The National Institute for Economic and Social Research (NIESR) has argued against the planned fuel duty rise of 3p a litre in... [more...]

  • How to get ahead in a new job

    People who are just starting a new sales job have been given a number of tips that should enable them to get ahead in the workplace. Business-to-business sales expert Jill Konrath wrote on her blog that the first piece of advice is to seek out someone who is a little ahead in seniority and look... [more...]

  • Discover the power of the phone by taking the 28 Partner Call test

    Sales people have been encouraged to take the 28 Partner Call test to rediscover how important making phone calls is to their jobs. Lori Richardson, previously voted one of the 'Top 25 Sales Influencers for 2012', explained that the first part of the challenge is to assemble a post-it... [more...]

  • Password still the most commonly used online pass code

    People in sales jobs have been urged to change their chosen passwords when surfing the web, so to reduce the risk of compromising their company's security. SplashData has listed the Worst Passwords of 2012, having analysed user codes that were revealed during high-profile hacks of Yahoo,... [more...]

  • Online marketing campaigns 'need to provoke a strong reaction'

    Marketing teams which are planning to delve into more online campaigns have been urged to work on the belief that "we tend to like people who are like us". Nathalie Nahai, web psychologist and author of Webs of Influence: The Psychology of Online Persuasion, pointed out that such a... [more...]

  • Trade unions 'must alter their laws to reflect change in the workplace'

    The rise in popularity of flexible working strategies around office spaces in the UK means that union laws must change and adapt. Neil Carberry, the director of employment and skills at the Confederation of British Industry, gave this view when queried in a BBC Wake Up to Money podcast about... [more...]

  • Gartner looks at next year's top strategic technology trends

    Well-known research firm Gartner has listed down what it believes will be the top ten strategic technology trends for 2013. According to the organisation, mobile device battles are set to be the most important trend in the next year. This is backed up by research suggesting that mobile gadgets... [more...]

  • Retail search volumes witness growth in Q3 2012

    Retail search volumes have witnessed a boost across the board in the third quarter of 2012, when compared to the same period last year.According to statistics obtained by the British Retail Consortium (BRC), total retail search volumes between July and September of this year were up eight per... [more...]

  • Many female workers 'do not aspire to reach board level'

    A new survey has revealed that many female members of staff have no inspiration to work their way up a career ladder to the point that they reach board level.The finding could throw a spanner in the works of the European Commission's plans to fine companies if they fail to reserve at least... [more...]

  • Companies urged to 'enhance community relations to realise many benefits'

    Companies, whether there are large organisations or categorised in the small and medium enterprise band, have been encouraged to become more engaged in their local community.John Minhinick, president of Rotary International in Great Britain and Ireland, pointed out that research has already... [more...]

  • Tips to ensure a CV stands out from the rest

    Job hunters have been encouraged to set out a resume in a way which will have potential employers thinking "here is someone who knows his way around. He knows what we need and he's prepared to give it to us".This is the opinion of David Jensen, the founder of CareerTrax and... [more...]

  • The highlights of the Successful Selling 2012 event

    The Successful Selling 2012 event has been praised for allowing a number of experienced names in the sales business to deliver important tips to a wide number of people.According to The Sales Pro, five-time New York Times/Wall Street Journal bestselling author Larry Winget was one of the... [more...]

  • Regional Growth Fund 'could secure 37k jobs in north east England'

    A significant number of jobs in the north east of England are set to be created or protected with the aid of the government's Regional Growth Fund (RGF).The Journal reports that the strategy will help to create 29 projects, which aim to pull in around £170 million from the fund, as... [more...]

  • Brand messages 'should be expressed differently across various media channels'

    Sales managers who are preparing to market their brand across various media channels have been urged to adopt different methods for each portal.Nathalie Nahai, web psychologist and author of Webs of Influence: The Psychology of Online Persuasion, pointed out that "your brand perception is... [more...]

  • Fall in youth unemployment 'very encouraging'

    The Confederation of British Industry (CBI) has welcomed the latest official labour market figures, especially where youth employment is concerned. Neil Carberry, the director for employment and skills at the CBI, believes that the data from the Office for National Statistics highlights that... [more...]

  • British retail sales figures 'relatively encouraging'

    The imminent arrival of the chilly winter months and the start of a new school year have resulted in retail sales rising significantly in September. Data released by the Office for National Statistics today (October 18th) revealed that more demand has been recorded across the board in this... [more...]

  • UK employment level hits record high

    The level of employment in the UK has reached its highest figure since records began on the subject more than 40 years ago.New data released by the Office for National Statistics highlighted that the country's employment level hit 29.59 million between June and August 2012.Not only is this... [more...]

  • People who love their jobs 'will achieve more success'

    People who are planning out their career paths have been encouraged to seek out jobs which will not only earn them a decent living, but will be a joy to undertake as well.This is according to Piya Khanna, executive coach at Change to Succeed, who believes that people who love their job will be... [more...]

  • How the digital era is changing the marketing industry

    The advent of the digital era looks to be enhancing the marketing strategies of companies across the globe, according to one expert. Nathalie Nahai, a web psychologist and author of Webs of Influence: The Psychology of Online Persuasion, pointed out that the power of the internet today means... [more...]

  • Google Nexus 7 becomes best-selling Android tablet

    The Google Nexus 7 tablet computer has become the best-selling Android tablet ever, despite only being on sale for three months. Carphone Warehouse reports that the first venture into the tablet device market for the search engine giant has been a roaring success. Launched on July 27th, the... [more...]

  • Flexible working 'is much more than working from home'

    Business leaders have been told to remember the fact that working from home is only one ingredient of flexible working procedures.Dave Coplin, director of Envisioning at Microsoft UK, pointed out that the ability to work anywhere is exactly that – employers giving their employees the... [more...]

  • Scotland's job market posts strongest figures for several months

    More people secured permanent and temporary posts in Scotland during September when put in comparison to the previous month, a new survey of recruitment agencies highlighted.According to the latest Bank of Scotland Report on Jobs, placements have grown at their highest rate for several months... [more...]

  • Amazon launches first backlit Kindle in the UK

    Amazon's first backlit Kindle device has launched in the UK, while the well-known online retailer has also revealed a new strategy for renting digital books.The Amazon Kindle Paperwhite is designed with a manually-adjusted backlight, making it the first device in the range that can still be... [more...]

  • Sales industry 'an integral part of British business'

    Many people believe that a strong sales industry is critical in helping the economy of the UK to climb out of the mire.The 16th annual National Sales Awards survey has highlighted that more than 87 per cent of respondents see sales as being an integral part of British business.Furthermore, over... [more...]

  • Successful Selling 2012 event coming to Coventry

    Sales professionals have the opportunity to expand their skillset when the Successful Selling 2012 conference takes place tomorrow (October 12th).The event is being held at the Ricoh Arena in Coventry and is arranged by The Institute of Sales and Marketing Management.Hailed as "an exciting... [more...]

  • Three big sales management mistakes to avoid

    Business managers have been told of three major sales management mistakes that they should always look to avoid committing.Urmas Purde, the co-founder of Pipedrive, believes that there are three errors that can prove substantial stumbling blocks for organisations of any size.Mr Purde, who has... [more...]

  • A diverse workforce 'gives companies a professional advantage'

    Establishing a more diverse workforce can help to give business managers "a professional advantage" over their rivals.This is the view of Tab Ahmad, founder and managing director at EmployAbility, who was also keen to stress that disabled people can substantially enhance the value of... [more...]

  • iPad Mini 'to be revealed next week'

    A new variation of the popular Apple iPad, deemed the iPad Mini, is expected to launch in the UK next week. Rumours are circulating that Apple is preparing to release the new gadget as early as October 17th, as a direct competitor for Google's Nexus 7 and Amazon's Kindle Fire. Both of... [more...]

  • Flexible working 'is good for employers and employees alike'

    Flexible working can provide benefits to both employers and employees, with plenty of options to choose from where this employment method is concerned.Fintan O'Toole, chairman of Croydon Chamber of Commerce and director of its HR department, pointed out that many people see flexible working... [more...]

  • Mobile advertising market 'continues to grow'

    Mobile advertising has grown substantially in the first six months of 2012, as more people are swapping their old mobile phones for more advanced devices.The latest Internet Advertising Bureau (IAB) report, which was carried out by PricewaterhouseCoopers, has highlighted that mobile advertising... [more...]

  • Outsourcing 'has many benefits if done correctly'

    Outsourcing has been described as an opportunity for employers to gain "immediate access to more skills and better technology".This is the message delivered by Martyn Hart, chairman of the National Outsourcing Association, who also praised the strategy as being the best chance to grow... [more...]

  • Big banks are 'keen to recruit graduates'

    The graduate recruitment market is witnessing a healthy period, as more businesses are becoming confident to hire those with a degree.Phil Flaxton, chief executive of Work Wise UK, admitted that it is still proving difficult for young people to secure their first permanent job at the... [more...]

  • Those in sales jobs 'can no longer ignore social media'

    Sales executives who are hoping to expand their brand and create a more expansive customer base have been advised to embrace social media.Amy Jo Martin, founder and chief of social media consultancy Digital Royalty and author of social media book Renegades Write The Rules, believes that... [more...]

  • Surprising details to include on a CV

    Those on the hunt for a new job have been told of the surprising details that could actually work to strengthen a CV.BusinessNewsDaily has reported on the items that can help make a resume stand out from the crowd, with advice on each topic provided by business experts.For one, political stances... [more...]

  • Tips for answering tough questions in sales jobs

    Those employed in sales jobs have been advised how to tackle the tough questions commonly asked by sceptical prospective customers.Steve W Martin, an expert on sales linguistics and founder of the Heavy Hitter sales philosophy company, believes that how people answer such queries will often... [more...]

  • Apprentices provide employers with plenty of benefits

    Employers who are looking to expand their workplace have been encouraged to consider taking on a few apprentices. Ian Harper, chief executive of ATG Training, pointed out that his company often receives calls from business leaders requesting such workers who are working on their "skills... [more...]

  • Interpersonal skills 'should be taught during university'

    People who are studying at university should aim to boost their interpersonal skills during this stage of their lives.This is the opinion of Dan Hawes, co-founder of the Graduate Recruitment Bureau, who reckons that every student should aim to "make the most of their time at... [more...]

  • National Sales Awards 2012 shortlist announced

    The finalists for the National Sales Awards 2012 have been revealed, with a number of high-profile companies looking to stand out across the 14 categories. Names on the shortlist for the 16th edition of the ceremony include established firms such as O2 Unify and Telefonica O2 UK hoping to walk... [more...]

  • Auto-enrolment 'is a positive move for the British workplace'

    The auto-enrolment pension scheme, which was introduced in the UK yesterday (October 1st), has been hailed as being a "positive" move on the government's part. According to Teresa Fritz, consumer finance expert at MoneyVista, the strategy is "a good thing" for Britain as... [more...]

  • Tips to excel as a physiotherapist

    People who are considering pursuing a career in physiotherapy have been given advice on excelling in this line of work by someone who has done just that. Alison Wyndham, a physiotherapist and owner of The Wyndham Centres, believes that there is a long list of qualities that someone needs in... [more...]

  • Depression 'still rife in the workplace'

    Many people in employment across the UK are being forced to take time off work due to depression. A new Mori study carried out upon the request of the European Depression Association (EDA) highlighted that one in ten workers have been unable to come to work due to the condition. The survey... [more...]

  • Young women 'need to be encouraged to aim high in their careers'

    Female workers appear to aspire to earn less money in their chosen career routes than their male equivalents, a new study has suggested.A survey carried out by jobs search engine Adzuna for Telegraph Wonder Women looked to establish how much young men and women would like to earn at the peak of... [more...]

  • Employers advised 'set up a service to tackle workplace discrimination'

    Employers have been giving advice on how they can work to tackle instances of discrimination in the workplace. John Rushton, The Life Doctor, readily admits that there is "no perfect solution" to tackle this issue, with some companies reacting much better to cases of discrimination... [more...]

  • Employment legislation 'locking unemployed out of workforce'

    Increasing amounts of regulation could lock people out of the workforce, expert have warned, indicating that different approaches should be taken for small and large businesses.The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) warned that employment legislation, while benefiting those already in... [more...]

  • A diverse workplace 'increases productivity'

    The benefits of a diverse and inclusive workplace is that everyone feels valued and respected, so much so that they feel that their contributions make a difference to the organisation.According to Anni Townend, leadership consultant, coach and author of Assertiveness and Diversity,... [more...]

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