11 Ways to Spot a Psychopath at Work

Most people will have worked with or for someone who could be intelligent, charming, funny, hugely energetic and full of great ideas but then at times could also be terribly impulsive, a master of manipulation and resorting to threats and bullying behaviour when things didn’t go their way writes Bernadette Eichner of RecruitLoop.…

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Is your job advert legally compliant?

In the current candidate driven job market, attracting the right applicant is more important than ever. Not only do you want your advert to attract the best job seekers, but you also want to try to dissuade unsuitable applicants from filling your inbox, an activity easier said than done.…

CV safety

Identity theft is a feature of modern society that is becoming more prevalent and featuring more often in the national media. It is a crime conducted by individuals, gangs and governments, effecting companies small and large with examples including Linked In, Sony Pictures various banks and travel companies.…

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Cheeky tips: 10 weird ways to beat interview nerves

If you can tell a story or a joke around the kitchen table then you can do it in a job interview. However, often the nerves and pressure of an interview situation can make us act differently. Our body seems to behave in weird ways and the sound coming out of our mouth doesn't seem to be our usual one. If we don't feel and sound like our normal selves then we will want the whole uncomfortable experience to end.…

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13 Tips to Help You Get Along With Your Boss

At one point or another in your career, you will report to a manager, the person you fondly - or not - call boss. The relationships that you create and manage, with both your immediate boss, and other company employees, are critical for your work success and career progress.…

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