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Here’s the most passive aggressive notes left by office workers and they’ll make you laugh

Avoiding confrontation by leaving notes for co-workers around the office were met with hilarious responses Can faintly left notes get the message across? From flushing the toilet to petty arguments about mess, here are 11 office arguments which were aired by the passive-aggressive note (excuse the bad puns but they are puntastic)   Check mate  […]

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Company bosses reveal their worst ever job applicants

  A recent Reddit thread has let company Bosses tell their worst job applicants ever! One job applicant brought their children into the interview room, while another brought along their parents.  Interviews are well known to be a nerve-wrecking experience for even the most thick-skinned applicants, but if your latest application ended in disaster, spare […]

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Rise in Flexible Working Predicted as the Number of Robots in the Workplace Increases

Adecco, part of The Adecco Group UK is the world’s leading provider of workforce solutions. They have launched some research which has found that almost half of employees (48%) think Artificial Intelligence (AI) will positively benefit them, by helping them to work more flexibly. The ‘Humans vs Robots’ report, based on responses from 1,000 board […]

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UK companies are struggling to recruit staff

A survey finds that UK firms want to recruit more employees but cannot find or afford the right workers Most companies said they experienced “high levels of recruitment difficulties” The British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) have recently surveyed 7,300 businesses in the manufacturing and services sectors, and found that those seeking to hire had increased […]

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LinkedIn VP reveals why recruiters are REALLY missing out on talent

A LinkedIn VP has claimed that recruiters, and their clients, are missing out on top hires because they’re not advertising their values, mission and purpose clearly enough. Last summer, the professional networking site found that almost 65% of professionals would turn down a job if they were unsure of a potential employer’s idea or purpose. […]

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LinkedIn Confirms It Will Restore Additional Member Services

  LinkedIn has committed it’s time to restoring additional member services, enabling better engagement between recruiters and prospective candidates, which has dropped in a recent redesign. Back in January, agency recruiters had hit out at LinkedIn over a redesign that affected the way members use free and premium service search functions. Mark Jury, a recruitment […]

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Facebook Jobs Feature: How it can Speed up Hiring

Facebook’s new job opening feature is here. Since February 15th, it’s become available to all business Pages in the U.S. and Canada. What if your business is in other parts of the world? Still, it’s not time to sit and wait, but to prepare yourself for the massive change Facebook jobs feature is bringing. Last […]

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Celebrating 3 years with Mansfield hosiery mills FC under 10’s

We are celebrating 3 years with Mansfield Hosiery Mills FC under 10’s Last year they were runners-up in the league and this year they are the division 3 champions! We have been sponsoring the team and provided them with lovely kits for over 3 years The Team when they were in the under 8’s kit Here […]

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Worries that job site Google Hire could allow employers to see your entire internet search history

  Tech giant, Google, is developing Google Hire, this will be a job site which could let prospective employers to view your entire internet search history. Job interviews are about to get a little more awkward!! Googling potential employees is pretty common practise these days, prior to inviting candidates to come in for an interview.  […]

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Festive fun or hopping mad: Is Easter turning into the new Christmas?

There was a time when Easter meant a nice Sunday roast, strange homemade bonnets, a visit to Church and lots of chocolate. But with shops are now offering trees, wreaths and crackers, is it starting to become spring’s answer to Christmas? There was a time when Easter meant a nice Sunday roast, strange homemade bonnets, […]

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