5 Tips For Conducting Effective Candidate Interviews

After sifting through tonnes of CVs and cover letters and coming up with a shortlist of “interesting” candidates, the next natural step in the recruitment process is the job interview. This is perhaps the most important step when hiring as it lets you interact with the candidates whose skills and backgrounds seem like a good match. From these interactions, you canaccurately gauge whether a candidate will be a good fit or not. Continue reading “5 Tips For Conducting Effective Candidate Interviews”

Team Talk: Top Collaboration and Communication Solutions for Startups

Good communication is essential for startups. Keeping everyone connected wherever they are helps to improve productivity and encourages the sharing of ideas, which is essential to the success of any new business. Continue reading “Team Talk: Top Collaboration and Communication Solutions for Startups”

Stagecoach – Engineering Management Programme

In a bid to make further provision for a more reliable service their commuters can enjoy, Britain’s largest bus operator, Stagecoach, has endeavoured to enhance its engineering standards. Stagecoach is the only major bus operator in the UK to put into place a new Engineering Management programme, to be undertaken by all existing and new bus engineering managers across the UK. Continue reading “Stagecoach – Engineering Management Programme”

Waste Management for Small Businesses in the United Kingdom

Why hire professional waste disposal services in the UK?

Due to the massive industrialization taking place throughout the world, environmental pollution has become a serious crisis. Pollution level continues to add up as small businesses, and factories dispose of their waste. According to the 2012 World Bank report, households and industrial waste will continue to increase in the future. The UK has a fair share of similar crisis due to increased industrialization. Continue reading “Waste Management for Small Businesses in the United Kingdom”

Questionable Business Behaviors To Be Careful Of in the Long Term

The world of business is wide open when it comes to different behaviors or personality types, but that doesn’t mean that all of those are good behaviors or personality types. There are, in fact, some really common types of things that people do in the business world that are better left alone, especially in a modern world of faster social communication.

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Yorkshire Water’s Katie Simmons Drinks Just Water to Raise Funds for WaterAid

To raise money for WaterAid’s lifesaving work, Katie Simmons, BI Developer at Yorkshire Water, has committed to drinking Just Water for a two week period during the month of January.

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3 Important Ways to Keep Your Employees’ Energy and Interest Up

In today’s workforce, there are plenty of people who feel that they aren’t engaged in the work they do. Whether this means they’re on autopilot due to lack of motivation, lack of energy, or just a lack of desire, their disengagement can be detrimental not only to the bottom line of your business, but also to the attitude and innovation of your company. And although work may be carrying on as usual, if your employees don’t feel connected to the work they’re doing, there’s a lot of untapped potential going to waste. So rather than bringing in another round of Starbucks for everyone, here are three important ways you can keep your employees’ energy and interest up. Continue reading “3 Important Ways to Keep Your Employees’ Energy and Interest Up”