Launching a Malpractice Claim Against Your Boss
May13

Launching a Malpractice Claim Against Your Boss

Do you work in an HR department and have witnessed something that you believe amounts to malpractice? This is a difficult situation to find yourself in, but medical malpractice causes 251,000 deaths a year in the USA. This is not something to be taken lightly. Here are a few steps you need to take before launching a malpractice claim against your employer. Discuss the Issue With Fellow Colleagues The first step requires you to raise...

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Why HR professionals should listen to personal injury attorneys
May13

Why HR professionals should listen to personal injury attorneys

When operating the HR department of any business, it makes sense that you have your company’s best interests in mind. Your job is to make sure that staff and company can find harmony and that there is regulation. When a member of staff gets injured during work or in the workplace, though, it is easy to expect the individual to simply go through HR. However, with companies doing all they can to avoid payouts, many will turn to a...

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4 Top In-Demand Blockchain Skills in 2022
May10

4 Top In-Demand Blockchain Skills in 2022

Blockchain careers are currently in demand. However, to land a good job in this sector, you need to equip yourself with the right skills. So, to get started, you can check out these blockchain skills that are in demand right now.  #1 Decentralized Applications Development A Decentralized Application (dApp) is an application that uses a peer-to-peer network of users to validate transactions. Unlike centralized applications, dApps...

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How to Make Your Workers Feel Powerful
Apr06

How to Make Your Workers Feel Powerful

As your company grows, it’s natural for some members of staff to start to feel isolated or even unwanted. They may feel that their voice isn’t being heard and that their hard work isn’t being recognized. The HR department should work to change this, ensuring that all employees feel powerful. This can do wonders for confidence and help the whole team to succeed. Here are some ways of making sure that no one in your company feels...

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Upskilling: How Can Staff Training Boost Retention?
Mar28

Upskilling: How Can Staff Training Boost Retention?

With a record shortage of top talent and the shift to a candidate-driven market, staff retention is more critical ever. Employers must do all they can to attract and keep the top talent. One of the best ways to draw potential candidates in and boost retention is through training and upskilling. Upskilling involves retraining existing team members or organising additional training courses to help build and expand your team’s skill set....

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Rethinking Recruitment Days For Improved Intake Results
Mar24

Rethinking Recruitment Days For Improved Intake Results

Sometimes, standard job adverts and simple face-to-face interviews work well. But in 2022, brands need to do more with their recruitment drive to help improve intake results but to also focus on finding loyal, long-term employees. According to Ceridian, the UK’s average employee turnover rate is 15% – a number that generates pricey recruitment fees to replace staff that decide to leave for pastures new.  Everything from...

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Data Literacy to be Most In-Demand Skill by 2030 as AI Transforms Global Workplaces
Mar24

Data Literacy to be Most In-Demand Skill by 2030 as AI Transforms Global Workplaces

Just one quarter of employees believe their employer is preparing them for a more data-oriented and automated workplace (25%), according to new research from Qlik®, a leader in data analytics. This isdespite most business leaders predicting an upheaval in working practices due to the rapid onset of artificial intelligence (AI).   With 32% of employees surveyed reporting they had changed jobs in the last 12 months because their...

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Benefits of Educational Technology During the Pandemic
Mar21

Benefits of Educational Technology During the Pandemic

The coronavirus pandemic is pushing many colleges to change their operations to meet the changing needs of students around the world. Transition to online learning and remote work is happening faster than anticipated. The role of educational technology is becoming more apparent as students and teachers seek ways to continue learning processes despite the challenges presented by the pandemic. Here are some of the benefits of education...

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How to Start a Recruitment Firm From Scratch
Mar15

How to Start a Recruitment Firm From Scratch

The past few months have underscored the importance of recruitment in the global economy. In the wake of one of the most disruptive public health emergencies in a generation, hundreds of thousands of Britons have decided to quit their jobs, make sideways moves, or change careers altogether. The result? A huge uptick in the number of applicants contacting recruiters. With that number set to grow still higher, this is the perfect time...

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The Best Way to Reduce Your Business’ Tax Bill
Mar15

The Best Way to Reduce Your Business’ Tax Bill

Running a profitable business currently requires a lot of acumen in decision-making. For instance, it is prudent to settle for a Ford Transit Custom lease found here rather than buy a vehicle for deliveries or your employees’ transportation. The decision means foregoing costly repair and maintenance costs while benefiting from the latest transport vans on the market. Another expense that might cripple your business when not...

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Tips on handling a director dispute
Mar09

Tips on handling a director dispute

A director dispute can become all-consuming, taking up the time and attention of the company leadership and paralysing the business. Director disputes typically arise over: One director feeling the other is not doing enough work, or being paid too muchDisagreement over the company strategyEmployment of family members within the businessA perception that a director is using the company for personal gain, at the expense of other...

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Red Teaming: How is it different from Penetration testing? Benefits & decision factors.
Mar04

Red Teaming: How is it different from Penetration testing? Benefits & decision factors.

Red Teaming is a term that is often heard in the information security world, but what does it mean? Red Teaming is a process where you simulate an attack against your organisation with the goal of finding vulnerabilities and improving your defences. It is often confused with Penetration Testing, which is a similar process but has different goals. In this blog post, we will discuss the differences between Red Teaming and Penetration...

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De-Registering for an Exam: Four Ways You Can De-Register for an Exam
Feb24

De-Registering for an Exam: Four Ways You Can De-Register for an Exam

Depending on the situation, strategically deregistering from exams during your studies can make sense. It is irrelevant whether you want to deregister from your exam due to illness, unfortunate exam preparation, or other reasons. The only important thing is that the logout works. But from my day-to-day work as a course advisor, I know that problems arise time and again. Either deadline are forgotten, formalities are ignored, or...

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A financial analyst’s job description
Feb14

A financial analyst’s job description

It is the responsibility of a financial analyst to carry out the financial planning’s, analysis of the firm, which allows the firm to make sensible financial and commercial decisions. The job description of financial analysts includes their ability to determine the ideal use of resources for reaching the objectives of the business.  Who are financial analysts? Financial analysts are responsible for the financial analysis,...

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Cabling: a technology that refuses to die
Feb09

Cabling: a technology that refuses to die

Technology is advancing by leaps and bounds. Any adult on earth can look back and marvel at all the technological advances they have seen in their lifetime. However, there are technologies that, because of their efficiency and safety, refuse to die. As an old poem says “though the bullet is invented, the arrow is never forgotten”, a phrase that is quite right. Sometimes the new, just because it is new, does not replace the old. One...

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