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recruit

10 Tips to Hire the Best

The responsibility to interview potential new hires will usually be handed to you when you get to a certain stage in your career. Here are 10 ways to get more out of your interviewees without asking the standard questions.

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plan

What Strategic Workforce Planning is?

The Economist Intelligence Unit, (EIU) research found that companies are currently struggling to meet their strategic talent needs. 76% of survey respondents feel the market for skilled talent will become even tighter. Discovering and retaining high-potential employees will be the greatest problem faced by employers. Wouldn’t it be great if you were able to predict […] ...READ MORE >
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manage

How to Deal with Poor Employee Performance

If you are managing a team, sooner or later, you will be faced with an underperforming employee. Addressing poor performance with an employee is simultaneously one of the most delicate and impactful conversations you’re likely to have as a manager. ...READ MORE >
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manage

6 Ways for Men To Be Women’s Workplace Ally

Recently in the fight for gender equality at work, men are the group that've been identified as crucial in helping women advance. Only last week Cpl participated in the panel discussion on the importance of the allyship at work and why it’s men who need to become gender-balance champions for change. ...READ MORE >
retain
retain

Why you should reconsider counter offers

employees come and go, but is there ever a good time to offer an employee a counter offer? It may seem like a good idea to encourage an employee to stay by offering a salary increase but 90% that accept a counter offer still leave within 12 months. ...READ MORE >
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recruit

Never make an offer without conducting reference checks

Most employers conduct reference checks as part of the hiring process before making an offer. An in-depth reference check involves talking to referees to get an insight into an applicant’s qualifications, skills and abilities to do the job. ...READ MORE >
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retain

Warning signs that your employee is about to leave

Employee turnover is one of the biggest concerns for employers. It's frustrating, time-consuming, and expensive to deal with. If you suspect an employee is frustrated or unmotivated, you can come up with ways to keep them positive and engaged. Often, if you address any issues while they are still in the 'searching' phase they could stop their search and stay. ...READ MORE >
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grow

How to tell if it is the right time to scale your start-up

After successfully establishing your start-up, after a few years, you might feel it's time to scale. Don't let the pressure from your investors and other entrepreneurs get to you.... READ MORE >
plan
plan

What Strategic Workforce Planning is?

The Economist Intelligence Unit, (EIU) research found that companies are currently struggling to meet their strategic talent needs. 76% of survey respondents feel the market for sk... READ MORE >
recruit
recruit

10 Tips to Hire the Best

The responsibility to interview potential new hires will usually be handed to you when you get to a certain stage in your career. Here are 10 ways to get more out of your interview... READ MORE >
retain
retain

Why you should reconsider counter offers

employees come and go, but is there ever a good time to offer an employee a counter offer? It may seem like a good idea to encourage an employee to stay by offering a salary increa... READ MORE >
manage
manage

How to Deal with Poor Employee Performance

If you are managing a team, sooner or later, you will be faced with an underperforming employee. Addressing poor performance with an employee is simultaneously one of the most deli... READ MORE >
trends
trends

75% of employers are planning to increase salaries in 2018

the boom is back, with 75% of employers planning to increase their peoples’ salaries over 2018! This finding is in line with an all-Ireland survey carried out in October 2017 by th... READ MORE >

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