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References – Do I Really Have to Review Them

CATEGORY: Job and career related news/articles
AUTHOR: Nigel
POSTED: October 31, 2017

In October 2017, you could be forgiven for wondering why there is an apparent disconnect between parties’ rights over references. Apparent. The UK Government advises “References: workers’ rights – An employer doesn’t usually have to give a work reference – but if they do, it must be fair and accurate. Workers may be able to Continue Reading

Make your CV the Best It Can Be

CATEGORY: Job and career related news/articles
AUTHOR: admin
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Google search “the best CV construction” and all of the first few are CVs for the building trade. So, I tried “the best CV standard” – 215,000,000 in 0.6 of a second. Probably safe to say then that, errors or chronic nonsense apart, there is no black and white. When I write LinkedIn profiles for Continue Reading

Make your CV the Best It Can Be

CATEGORY: Job and career related news/articles
AUTHOR: Nigel
POSTED: October 28, 2017

Google search “the best CV construction” and all of the first few are CVs for the building trade. So, I tried “the best CV standard” – 215,000,000 in 0.6 of a second. Probably safe to say then that, errors or chronic nonsense apart, there is no black and white. When I write LinkedIn profiles for Continue Reading

Hire Better, Fire Less – Poor Decision-Making and Garden Leave is Money Lost – Part 2

CATEGORY: Job and career related news/articles
AUTHOR: Nigel
POSTED: September 6, 2017

Last time we discovered that recruitment of and by senior executives is fraught with danger and the potential to lose or miss good people. According to Austcorp (https://www.austcorpexecutive.com.au/c-suite-and-executive-leadership), “Research shows that companies adept at recruiting at a senior level enjoy 3.5 times the revenue growth and 2.1 times the profit margin of their less capable Continue Reading

Hire Better, Fire Less – Poor Decision-Making and Garden Leave is Money Lost – Part 1

CATEGORY: Job and career related news/articles
AUTHOR: Nigel
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In his 2016 article, “New rules for hiring executive candidates”, Dana Stadler outlined the rules for successful C-level recruitment. In truth, I found much of it uninspirational but one nugget I liked: “Courting your candidate – The close is a critical part of a successful recruiting process. The current hiring market rewards entrepreneurs who understand Continue Reading




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