This is How Much MLM Sellers *Really* Make for Brands Like the Body Shop, Avon and More
May06

This is How Much MLM Sellers *Really* Make for Brands Like the Body Shop, Avon and More

57% of sellers for MLM businesses make zero sales After analysing 30 income disclosure reports, Ocean Finance found that: Almost 2/3 (57%) of MLM sellers make no sales.Several MLM companies cost between £49-£72 to join, therefore, asking you to invest before you begin to sell – decreasing the chances of making a profit further. Of those who make a sale, the average MLM seller makes £24.92 per month (pre-expenses) After analysing the...

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‘Normalise different’ and have a mental health safety net for a successful return to the workplace
May06

‘Normalise different’ and have a mental health safety net for a successful return to the workplace

Ahead of Mental Health Week 10-16 May 2021, Christine Husbands, managing director for RedArc comments on the potential for the forthcoming return to work, the so-called ‘re-entry’, to induce further anxieties amongst staff. Christine Husbands said: “Employers will only truly understand the magnitude of the post-pandemic mental health toll on their employees when they start recalling staff back to the workplace. Our conversations with...

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What is Open Banking and Why Does It Matter?

In today’s digitally-powered world, collaboration is a given. Open banking is unstoppably aiming for the mainstream on the strength of application programming interfaces or APIs and new regulation.  However, it’s essential to begin this article by clarifying what open banking is. What is Open Banking? The term “open banking” will have relative meaning, depending on who’s looking at it. In Asia and North America,...

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Effective Van Driving Tips For Beginners

Driving a van isn’t exactly like driving a car. However, things aren’t really that complicated and you won’t have any difficulty in picking it up if you have some experience driving a car. Whether you’ve rented a van or have gone the whole hog and purchased one with cash or finance options, we’re here to help. If this is your first time driving a van, we would like to share a few tips to help you become a successful...

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The Most Popular Songs For Working From Home
May06

The Most Popular Songs For Working From Home

From buying comfortable office chairs to using planners and creating playlists, we’ve tried it all this year to keep our minds focused and productivity high while working from our homes.  Music is known to boost morale and sometimes even increase concentration, so it comes as no surprise that people have created over 1,000 work from home playlists covering 187,450 songs throughout 2020. Noticing this trend, smart home specialist,...

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79% of those on furlough considering applying to jobs below their skill level
May06

79% of those on furlough considering applying to jobs below their skill level

Research released today by NTT DATA UK, a world leader in consulting and IT services, reveals that 79% of people on the UK government’s furlough scheme are considering applying for jobs they are overqualified for if they cannot return to their existing employment. The findings of NTT DATA UK’s survey of furloughed people suggest widespread uncertainty once the furlough scheme comes to an end.  The UK government’s Coronavirus Job...

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Intelligent spending: Using your data to make benefits budgets work harder
May06

Intelligent spending: Using your data to make benefits budgets work harder

Chris Bruce, co-Founder, Darwin The last year has seen ways of working transformed for countless people around the world. These changes have been so significant that, for many of us, heading into the office is no longer a necessity. The shift has been felt in businesses of all sizes, with Facebook recently announcing that some employees can apply to work remotely full-time post-pandemic. Other companies are adapting their home working...

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Work life balance more important than salary for two thirds of Brits
May06

Work life balance more important than salary for two thirds of Brits

A flexible and remote working structure imposed on the nation over the past months, has for the first time in seven years, seen work life balance overtake an attractive salary and benefits package as the most desired factor, when choosing an employer.  The findings were today revealed by specialist recruiter, Randstad within its latest global employer brand research 2021 report, an independent survey of over 190,000 individuals...

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3 Tech  Industries Recruiting Under the Radar
May05

3 Tech Industries Recruiting Under the Radar

Tech companies are among the fastest-growing businesses around the world. But that is not the only reason why so many people would choose to work for one. They are also known to offer generous salary packages and benefits and have some of the most desirable work culture and environment. As companies are trying to adapt to a tight job market in the IT industry, they are doing what they can to attract the best talents. For some...

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6 Clever Ways To Use Promotional Merchandise

It’s all about brand recognition. For the thousand-and-one ways of promoting and marketing a brand, it all boils down to getting your product recognized. That’s why advertisement is at the core of the business world. It’s also the reason why placing ads on various media takes a sizeable chunk out of a company’s marketing budget. For sure, ads are a necessary investment, but it helps to know that there are relatively inexpensive ways...

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Top 5 Jobs in Demand in the UK in 2021 – The Shortage Occupation List UK
May05

Top 5 Jobs in Demand in the UK in 2021 – The Shortage Occupation List UK

When it comes to the world of work, it always pays to be in demand.  If you are lucky enough to be in a profession for which there is a robust need, you will have the pick of a range of vacancies and be able to negotiate terms and pay which are advantageous to you.  For migrant workers planning to come to the UK or already in the UK, being in a shortage occupation means that it is easier and faster to find suitable employment and...

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Pandemic exposes underlying hardships faced by working drivers
May05

Pandemic exposes underlying hardships faced by working drivers

Pandemic exposes underlying hardships faced by working drivers A new study by IAM RoadSmart, the UK’s largest independent road safety charity, has exposed the underlying hardships faced by working drivers that were already prevalent before the pandemic and are now likely to worsen. The newly-released whitepaper paints a worrying picture for workers who drive for a living. Delivery drivers, taxi and private hire drivers, the...

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Reporting your organisation’s gender pay gap: your questions answered
May05

Reporting your organisation’s gender pay gap: your questions answered

Over time, the gap between women’s and men’s median hourly earnings has been narrowing. In fact, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS) it has fallen by over a quarter among full-time employees in the last decade.  While this trend is moving in the right direction, there’s still widespread recognition that there is work to be done, and still some way to go before everyone – regardless...

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Employment fraud rates increased 30% throughout pandemic
May05

Employment fraud rates increased 30% throughout pandemic

Primary Source Verification provider, TrueProfile.io® highlights the troubling increase in fraud rates since the onset of the pandemic Employment certificate fraud rates have increased by nearly 30% throughout the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, when compared to the same period of the previous year. This is according to TrueProfile.io, a leading provider of Primary Source Verification (PSV) services, which advises that this alarming...

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Wrong reasons for returning to work
May05

Wrong reasons for returning to work

Leading wellbeing and performance company, PUSH, has released a report which suggests the nation is returning to work for the wrong reasons and in turn, to the detriment of their mental health.   The report, which pulls data from a recently conducted Yougov survey commissioned by PUSH, suggests that 36% of the working population think they will work nearly 100% of the time from the office once the pandemic is over. Yet, 35% of people...

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