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Ashley Kate HR share their views on how to write an attention grabbing CV.
Posted by Ashley Kate HR on 07/11/2011
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Natalie Cooper interviews authors Phil Hayes and Matt Driver about the merits of coaching and how to use it to effect positive change and lead teams to success.
Posted by Natalie Cooper on 03/11/2011
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James Ballard, partner at AnnaPurna HR, offers his to tips to HR professionals to get the most out of a job interview.
Posted by Annapurna HR Ltd on 31/10/2011
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Much like an Olympic final, job interviews can be daunting. Follow these steps from Martyn Wright, director of HR recruitment at Robert Walters, to put you onto a winner.
Posted by Robert Walters on 24/10/2011
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Natalie Cooper interviews Observer’s restaurant critic Jay Rayner, Michelin star celebrity chef Phil Howard, polar explorer Ben Saunders and adventurer Alastair Humphreys to discover why they believe in mentoring.
Posted by Natalie Cooper on 20/10/2011
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After having spent over an hour in the company of HR director of LOCOG Jean Tomlin, I walked away from their offices, headquartered in Canary Wharf, feeling proud to be British and a Londoner.
Posted by Natalie Cooper on 18/10/2011
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In the sixth of her series on commercial HR professionals, Debbie Pask examines what it takes to be a truly commercial HR business partner
Posted by Paskpartnership Ltd on 14/10/2011
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The starting gun’s fired, and you’re off. What are the first steps to take when looking for a new job? James Cumming, director at Michael Page Human Resources, offers his advice to job seekers.
Posted by Michael Page on 12/10/2011
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Sir Steve Redgrave speaks exclusively to Mary Appleton about living his Olympic dream and the hunger for success which made him get back in the boat after vowing to give it all up.
Posted by Mary Appleton on 28/09/2011
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In the same way that sportsmen and women condition their bodies, an HR team – aided where possible by HR technology – should be aware of the organisation’s personal best. Andrew Court explains.
Posted by Cascade HR Ltd on 28/09/2011